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Minister under the government of Tony Blair and now Scottish Labour leader Jim Murphy, joined Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie in calling for the earliest possible publication of the findings.
MPs will get a chance to discuss the delay in a Commons debate later this month.
The Commons debate on the report will take place on January 29, at the request of Tory MP David Davis.
Political leaders in Scotland have called for the Chilcot Inquiry into the Iraq war to be published without further delay.
The multimillion-pound probe, examining decisions and actions taken around the invasion of Iraq in 2003, was launched more than five years ago. The final round of hearings took place in early 2011 but the report has yet to be made public.
It is understood First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is rallying support among Scottish party chiefs for its prompt publication.