'The House of Commons is powerless. When you add secrecy and deceit, the system becomes positively dangerous.
I'm still shocked that Britain could do what happened in Iraq.' Clare Short, Former International Development Secretary On 20 March 2003, Tony Blair declared that Britain was at war.
A nation collapsed, tens of thousands were killed and Islamic State was born.
Tasked with exploring Britain's role in the Iraq war, the evidence presented to the Chilcot Inquiry was devastating and stark. Drawing together devastating testimonies from leading political players with the forgotten voices of veterans, families who lost relatives and Iraqi refugees, this pertinent and bold piece of documentary theatre investigates the biggest foreign policy disaster in modern times and the accountability of those who have power over us.