Sir David Omand, Blair's former security co-ordinator, told the Chilcot Inquiry into the Iraq war that claiming Iraq had weapons of mass destruction which could be used within 45 minutes in a dossier was "asking for trouble".
He also stated that Blair and the government were warned that the proposed course of action in Iraq could draw "large numbers" to Islamic extremism.
So many people in government, at the time that these decisions were being made, seemed to know that the case for war was flawed.
Yet they still went ahead with it!
In other news, Gordon Brown has said that he will appear before the Chilcot Inquiry anytime they want him.
Let them take him at his word, and call him before the election.