Families who lost loved ones in the Iraq war feel ignored by the Chilcot Inquiry one mother has told ITV News.
Rose Gentle, whose son Gordon was killed in Iraq more than ten years ago, said: "I don't think a lot of them are actually thinking of the families, not just the Chilcot Inquiry. I think a lot of these people holding back documents are not even giving the families a second thought."
Roger Bacon, who lost his son Matthew in 2005 during the Iraq conflict, said he is desperate for answers about why the UK went to war.
Sir John Chilcot will write a letter to the Prime Minister explaining why his inquiry will not be able to report until after the election.