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THE Government has blocked the release of secret notes from Tony Blair to George W. Bush and records of their private conversations about the Iraq war.

The Chilcot inquiry asked for key extracts to be declassified because they provided "important and often unique insights into Mr Blair's thinking and the commitments he made".

Sir John Chilcot, chairman of the inquiry, said that it was disappointed that the Government had refused its request. The inquiry has heard evidence that Mr Blair privately pledged British troops to the American-led invasion while assuring colleagues and military chiefs that no decision had been taken.

Sir John wrote last month to Sir Gus O'Donnell, the head of the Civil Service, requesting permission to declassify parts of the documents that had been given to the inquiry. He said that some of information was already included in memoirs by Mr Blair and Mr Bush.

Things are not what they appear to be: nor are they otherwise - Surangama Sutra