BRING THE COOK REPORT OUT FROM THE WILDERNESS OF MIRRORS

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  Last Saturday’s Inquirer story about Paul Dibb’s annoyance at the innuendo that has swirled around him for decades and that security investigations into his bona fides were held at all was both fascinating and important. He was cleared by all investigations, he reveals, including the 1994 Cook Report. This is news. I have called for years for the release of the Cook Report precisely so that we can finally be clear where suspicions were confirmed and where they were dispelled and, in each case, on what grounds. Dibb’s important story is another illustration of why we need the Cook…

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