Blair regime ministers "distorted" UN report
New trouble for Blair: members of his cabinet are accused of distorting Blix's report on Iraq's WMD programs.
Amid growing anger among senior intelligence officials about Downing Street's use of their work for political ends, Hans Blix's office rejected claims by ministers that he had provided unequivocal evidence of Iraq's chemical and biological weapons programme.

As the prime minister became the first western leader to visit Iraq since the end of the war, Dr Blix's spokesman said the chief weapons inspector had "never asserted" that Iraq definitely had weapons of mass destruction in the run-up to the conflict.
Blix's spokesperson did say that many questions remain.

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