Today, the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee (PACAC), which I Chair, published a report on the Chilcot Inquiry. This examined what lessons are still to be learned from the Chilcot Inquiry, both for the machinery of government and for the conduct of public inquiries.
PACAC's press release and the report can be found here.
My statement to the House of Commons on PACAC's report can be found here.
For my article in the Times Red Box see here.