UK General: 'Hopeless' post-war plan cost lives in Iraq

Just ahead of the tenth anniversary of the Iraq war, a leading British general at the time has in part blamed a lack of planning for the bloodshed after the war was won.

In an interview with ITV News, Lieutenant General Sir Graeme Lamb said post-war planning was "pretty hopeless" leading to the loss of British and Iraqi lives.

ITV News presenter Mark Austin reports:

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