The former Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, announced on 15 June 2009 that an Inquiry would be conducted to identify lessons that could be learned from the Iraq conflict. It considered the period from the summer of 2001 to the end of July 2009, embracing the run-up to the conflict in Iraq, including the way decisions were made and actions taken, to establish, as accurately as possible, what happened. This was done in order to be best equipped if the UK were to ever find itself in a similar situation according to the Chair of the Inquiry, Sir John Chilcot.
The report includes various aspects of the different policies throughout the entire time period the inquiry investigated and it includes a section specific to Security Sector Reform.
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