Prime Minister David Cameron has expressed his frustration on Twitter at the delay in publishing the report into the Iraq War.
It was revealed today that the Chilcot Inquiry will be published in June or July 2016.
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Sir Samuel Brittan, Lord Brittan's brother, has responded to Tom Watson's apology, telling ITV News: "It's a halfway apology, I suppose"
Tom Watson said he was "sad" DCI Paul Settle felt his letter to the director of public prosecutions was a betrayal.
The deputy Labour leader defended his actions, saying he felt there was a risk some alleged victims were not having their voices heard.
I feel very sad that DCI Settle feels that because I had a very good working relationship with him.
Neither of us really wanted to be in a position where there was such a volume of information that needed to be passed over to the police.
That wasn't my intention, to affect his career, I just wanted to make sure that Jane's voice was amplified in the system.
Tom Watson has directly apologised to Lady Brittan for comments he made about her late husband in connection to a rape allegation.
"I'm very sorry for the distress caused," Mr Watson said.
Asking whether he became too involved in investigations into historical child sex abuse, Keith Vaz asked Tom Watson: "You're not Sherlock Holmes, are you?"
Tom Watson, Labour's deputy leader, has admitted his regret at repeating an allegation that Lord Brittan was "close to evil".
An alleged sex abuse survivor described Lord Brittan "as close to evil as any human being could get".
"I do regret using that phrase," Watson told the Home Affairs Committee
"That was not a phrase that I used it was an alleged victim that used that phrase, but that wasn't Jane.
"But I do regret using that emotive language, I shouldn't have done and I'm sincerely sorry for repeating it, it was unnecessary."
Operation Fairbank - the inquiry into historical child sex abuse claims involving prominent figures- received around 400 "bits of allegations and information", Detective Chief Inspector Paul Settle has told MPs.
Just three convictions have been secured, he added.
DCI Settle said "an awful lot of information came from the internet and was nothing more than rumour and innuendo".
Tom Watson's letter to the director of prosecutions did not influence the Metropolitan Police's decision to interview Lord Brittan over a rape allegation, the force's commander has said.
Steve Rodhouse told the Home Affairs Select Committee that the decision was "taken in isolation".
He said the force had "reasonable grounds" to interview Lord Brittan as a rape suspect and that there were "legal grounds" to do so.
Rodhouse took over the investigation into Lord Brittan in July 2014.
Under his leadership, the investigation referred the case file to the CPS asking them to review it amid concerns that otherwise there would be "media criticism and public cynicism".