In response to an FT article by Jim Pickard on 29th October 2015, entitled 'David Cameron disappointed at further delay to Chilcott report'
“I entirely understand that a checking process is necessary and is normal procedure in inquiries which have considered a large volume of sensitive material to ensure that the government meets its obligations under Article 2 of the European Convention on Human Rights and for the protection of National Security,”“The very considerable size of our report — more than two million words in total — means that it will take some weeks to prepare for printing and publication . . . "
Almost. Try this:
You must try to ignore that a negotiation process is necessary and is normal procedure in inquiries which have a large number of sensitive egos involved, to ensure that the system meets its obligations under the 'politicians and bankers don't go down' pact. The very considerable consequences of the deception involved - more than four thousand deaths and thirty thousand injuries - means that it will take some time for the lawyers of the decision makers involved to ensure that none of their clients get a ticket to the Hague.