This is the only time when I have felt I've got to write about the same blog...twice.
The reason for this is because I really do feel that all you want to do is find something, anything at all, to have a go at Tony.
As I said in the last blog and it has been confirmed:
There is insufficent evidence for prosecutors to expect that they could win a conviction in court.
Now, you know as well as I do that during the proceedings,which took 16 months, 4 people were arrested and Tony Blair himself was questioned 3 times by the police.
If John Yates can't find anything illegal after all this, then who can?
I am not criticing John Yates for his handling of this case even
Sir Ian Blair described the inquiry as "meticulous and proportionate."
But if he can't find anything after all that, well, who can?
If the police are keeping things quite then it is because there was nothing illegal about it.
I think we will have to agree to differ on this one.