Hutton Inquiry In Britain, an official inquiry is trying to unravel a complicated tale of military intelligence, political intrigue, journalistic ethics and suicide. The credibility of the prime minister and the BBC are at stake, in the case of the dodgy dossier.

Guests:

Eric Pooley
*Editor, Time magazine Europe

Edward Lucas
*Acting British editor, The Economist
*Writing this month's media column on the BBC

George Foulkes
*Member of Parliament, Labour Party member
*Voted for the war

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In Britain, an official inquiry is trying to unravel a complicated tale of military intelligence, political intrigue, journalistic ethics and suicide. The credibility of the prime minister and the BBC are at stake, in the case of the dodgy dossier.

Guests:

Eric Pooley
*Editor, Time magazine Europe

Edward Lucas
*Acting British editor, The Economist
*Writing this month's media column on the BBC

George Foulkes
*Member of Parliament, Labour Party member
*Voted for the war