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Chilcot has said the principal reason for the delay was the U.K. government's refusal to declassify secret documents which included the all-important 25 letters the then-Prime Minister Tony Blair sent to U.S. President George W. Bush, along with the transcripts of 130 telephone calls between the two men, in the run-up to the invasion.The reason it won't see the light of day until July is because the government doesn't want it published until after the U.K. has voted in the upcoming referendum on whether it should remain in the European Union, which takes place on June 23 .Just as the political establishment supported the Iraq War in 2003, it is also supporting the U.K. to remain in the EU.With just five weeks to go before voting opinion polls show the public is evenly split between those who wish to leave the EU and those who wish to remain in the world's biggest trade bloc.Defending the U.K.'s membership of the EU Cameron has gone as far to suggest that "Brexit" – the term coined to describe a U.K. exit from the EU – could result in Europe descending into World War III.
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