Lord Goldsmith, Tony Blair's former attorney general, has given a written response to a written question posed by the Chilcot Inquiry into the Iraq war.
On 15 January 2003 Blair told MPs that while a second UN resolution was "preferable", there were circumstances in which it was "not necessary".
The inquiry panel asked Lord Goldsmith if he felt those words were "compatible with the advice you had given him".
Lord Goldsmith replied "no".
Thhe BBC quotes him also saying:
"I was uncomfortable about them and I believe that I discussed my concerns with [then foreign secretary] Jack Straw and my own staff."