An East Yorkshire MP has said he intends to make a motion of contempt in the commons about former Prime Minister Tony Blair's decision to invade Iraq in 2003.
David Davis says Mr Blair mislead the Houses of commons on five different occasions over Weapons of Mass Destruction, the UN and threat levels. Should the motion be accepted, it could be debated before Parliament breaks for the summer.
The former deputy prime minister expressed his 'fullest apology' and said the decision made to go to war would live with him forever.
Sir John Chilcot's seven-year long inquiry is scathing in its assessment of the former prime minister.
Tony Blair's former chief spin doctor told ITV News it was ultimately the ex-PM's decision to invade Iraq.