The report criticized the legal basis for the UK joining the 2003 US-led invasion and said there was no imminent threat from Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein at the time.
A simple question — "Should Scotland be an independent country?" — caused an unprecedented political awakening in England's northern neighbor and put the entire United Kingdom on a knife edge.
The vote count is currently underway and results will roll in throughout Friday morning, while Clackmannanshire has declared the first results.
History will be made tomorrow when the people of Scotland vote for or against becoming an independent country. But how would becoming independent affect day-to-day food prices?
Thousands of Scottish expats and pro-Scotland Englanders gathered in London to show support for the British Union, so we went along for a chat.
The UK has been cracking down on drugs. Scotland, though, might not be part of the UK for much longer.
Millions of North Koreans remain under-nourished while Pyongyang continues its nuclear programme and startling array of status projects. But is foreign food aid the most valuable response?
The UK has been cracking down on drugs. Scotland, though, might not be part of the UK for much longer. If there’s a "yes" vote next week, independence will follow, and the Scottish Parliament will become accountable for policy in a range of new areas.
Polls show independence referendum on a knife edge as Scottish first minister mocks 'panicked pledges' from Westminster.
The coming referendum may not bring about an independent Scotland, but the fight reminds us that rejecting the political status quo is possible.
A year from today, the Scots will vote on whether to secede from the UK. But some want more than just their own country, they want a left-wing welfare state that they'll never be able to have if they share a government with England.