Bereaved families from the North East have been digesting the publication of the Chilcot report into the Iraq war, seven years after the inquiry began.
The report runs to more than 6000 pages and delivers a scathing verdict on the justification of the war, with former Prime Minister and Sedgefield MP Tony Blair bearing the brunt of the criticism.
Watch the report from our Correspondent Frances Read:
Bereaved mothers tell ITV Tyne Tees they feel vindicated after Sir John Chilcot reveals his findings over Tony Blair’s Iraq War involvement.
The Iraq conflict claimed 179 lives of British Army personnel. Thirteen were from the North East
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