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Iraq

Volume 401: debated on Wednesday 19 March 2003

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To ask the Prime Minister what plans he has to publish amendments to his assessment in the document `Iraq's Weapons of Mass Destruction' presented to the House in September 2002 arising from the evidence of UNMOVIC inspectors on Iraqi (a)bases, (b)presidential palaces and (c)uranium imports. [102883]The Prime Minister: I have no plans to publish an amended version of the dossier presented in September 2002, the contents of which still accurately reflect our assessment of the position with regard to Iraq's proscribed weapons programmes.

To ask the Prime Minister whether he has revised his assessment of the threat posed by Iraq to the UK, following the statement on 7 March by the Director of the International Atomic Energy Agency; if he will make a statement of the source for his assertion that Saddam Hussein has been trying to buy significant quantities of uranium from Africa; and what action he is taking to verify intelligence documents which he has relied upon in forming policy. [103874]

I refer the h on. Member to the debate on Iraq in the House on 18 March 2003, Official Report.