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Links between Al Qaida and the Iraqi Regime

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Operation Mass Appeal

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Uranium from Africa

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The 45-Minute Claim

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Mobile Biological Weapons Laboratories

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Aluminium Tubes

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Plague and Dusty Mustard

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Dr Jones’s Dissent

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Oil Supplies

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13-19

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20-29

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Chapter 8

SUMMARY OF CONCLUSIONS

The Policy Context The Sources of Intelligence Assessment The Use of Intelligence Validation of the Intelligence

Chapter 6

Iraq: Specific Isssues

ANNEXES A B

C D

Chapter 7

Conclusions on Broader Issues

General Conclusions About Intelligence and its Use Co-ordination of Counter-Proliferation Activity The Defence Intelligence Staff The Joint Intelligence Committee The Assessments Staff The Language of JIC Assessments Machinery of Government

List of Witnesses Intelligence Assessment and Presentation: From March to September 2002 Iraq: Military Campaign Objectives Foreign Secretary’s Letter of 17 March 2003

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Chapter 2

Chapter 3 Chapter 4

Chapter 5

Countries of Concern other than Iraq and Global Trade Terrorism

Counter-Proliferation Machinery Iraq

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