File - Former British prime minister Tony Blair leaves after addressing delegates at the Iraq Britain Business Council (IBBC) fourth annual conference in central London on November 5, 2012. (AFP PHOTO/JUSTIN TALLIS)
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Britain's government agreed on Thursday to give extracts of letters from Tony Blair to George W. Bush to an inquiry into the Iraq war, overcoming the main hurdle to publication of the long-awaited report.Bush's replies will not be included in the report, which is examining Britain's involvement in the war, Chilcot said.A total of 179 military personnel were killed in Britain's six-year involvement in Iraq.Blair's relationship with Bush came under close scrutiny in Britain, where opposition to the Iraq war saw around one million people march in London in 2003 . Blair has previously denied that he and Bush, both committed Christians, prayed together before the invasion of Iraq.
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