The Guardian rightly points out that we already know much of what went on:
The chief point of a new probe, then, cannot be to get at things that have necessarily lain under wraps until now. No, the real reason an inquiry is needed is to draw together what we already know, and in its light to try to grasp how such a monstrous blunder could have been made.While the Mail goes for the jugular:
So the Iraq War is to end as it began - under a blanket of secrecy and deceit, spun to keep the public in the dark about how Britain came to be ensnared in this bloody and shameful disaster.The Mirror says:
To hold the inquiry into the Iraq war in secret is another spectacular own goal by the Prime Minister.Can't argue with any of that.