Leader of the Liberal Democrats, Tim Farron, has said that he hopes the Chilcot Report will make it clear that intelligence chiefs warned that going to war in Iraq would stoke terrorism.
The MP for Westmorland and Lonsdale, added he hoped that the report would "provide closure for the families" of those who lost loved ones in the war.
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New Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron has apologised after a post on his Twitter feed suggested gay people could be "cured".Read the full story ›
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Tim Farron, the Liberal Democrat leadership candidate, has said he is "utterly heartbroken" about the death of Charles Kennedy.
Mr Farron said the party had "lost a giant".
I am utterly heartbroken about the news of Charles' passing. He was a colleague, friend and mentor. We've lost a giant today.
Tim Farron has declared he has entered the Liberal Democrat leadership race.
The former party president told BBC Radio 4's Today programme:
I have spent the last six days listening to hundreds and hundreds of members who have been urging me to do it.
My message to them is if they are up for the fightback I will step forward and put myself forward to be the next leader of the Liberal Democrats.
Mr Farron joins former health minister Norman Lamb as the contenders to replace Nick Clegg following the party's disastrous general election results.
Tim Farron, one of the Liberal Democrats' last remaining MPs, has insisted that his party is not dead despite their dreadful showing in Thursday's General Election.
He told ITV News that if his party did not exist, "you would have to invent it".
He said: "We are absolutely going to fight back and rebuild from the grass roots, because the space is there that needs to be filled."
Vince Cable has launched an attack on his Liberal Democrat colleague Tim Farron, saying he would not be a "credible" leader of the party.Read the full story ›