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(From Guardian Unlimited)
8.24am: Many of the Iraq inquiry hearings have been fascinating, but today's session could be the most riveting we've had so far. At 10am Alastair Campbell, Tony Blair's communications chief, gives evidence. It will be the first time we've heard from a member of the Blair inner circle who is a political figure in his own right, rather than a Whitehall official.
Campbell, of course, is famous for his role as the manager of the Downing Street branch of Dodgy Dossiers R Us.
Personally, having ploughed through all the Hutton inquiry evidence in 2003, I feel that I know about as much as I need to about the September dossier: it was …