Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said he was "dismayed beyond belief" at the reported delay of the Chilcot inquiry findings.
Clegg appeared staggered at reports the publishing of Chilcot inquiry delayed further. Said he was 'bewildered and beyond dismay' #GE2015
Speaking on the election trail in St Ives, Clegg said: "I'm just dismayed beyond belief that we are having to wait so long - and now, it is being reported, even longer than I had feared - to finally find out the truth of what happened in the run-up to that fateful - and what I have always considered, personally, to be illegal - invasion of Iraq."
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