[LISTEN] Understanding Britain's role in Iraq war

Wits University professor John Stremlau and 702 talk show host John Robbie discuss the recent Chilcot report on Britain’s involvement in the invasion of Iraq.

CAPE TOWN - The Chilcot report has delivered a devastating indictment of Britain's decision to invade Iraq.

The inquiry found that the war was based on flawed intelligence.

Inquiry chairperson, John Chilcot, said Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein posed no imminent threat when the US-led invasion was launched in March 2003.

Listen to the SoundCloud above as Professor John Stremlau of Wits University weighs in on the scathing report.

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