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Dossier[ edit ] The term Dodgy Dossier was first coined by online polemical magazine Spiked in relation to the September Dossier. The most notable source was an article by then graduate student Ibrahim al-Marashientitled Iraq's Security and Intelligence Network: A Guide and Analysis.
In its opening paragraph the briefing document claimed that it drew "upon a number of sources, including intelligence material. The claims contained in the September and 'Iraq' Dossiers were called into question when weapons of mass destruction WMD were not found in Iraq, and the dossiers were encompassed by House of Commons Foreign Affairs Select Committee inquiry.
The Committee subsequently reported that the sources should have been credited, and that the dossier should have been checked by ministers before being released.
The dossier had only been reviewed by a group of civil servants operating under Alastair Campbell. The committee stated that the publication was "almost wholly counter-productive" and in the event only served to undermine the credibility of the government's case.
The controversy over the Iraq Dossier was mentioned frequently in the government's conflict with the BBC over the claim in the September Dossier that Iraq could deploy biological weapons within 45 minutes of an order to do so, and the controversy surrounding the death of Dr.
Andrew Gilliganthe BBC journalist who wrote a report which claimed that the September Dossier had been deliberately exaggerated, stated before the Hutton Inquiry that recalling the February Dossier had led him to file his report based on his interview with Dr.
Kelly without seeking confirmation from other sources. Whether or not the September Dossier was inconsistent with the original intelligence, it was altered in ways that made it inconsistent with itself.The Trump–Russia dossier, also known as the Steele dossier, is a private intelligence report comprising memos written between June and December by Christopher Steele, a former head of the Russia Desk for British intelligence (MI6).
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Iraq – Its Infrastructure of Concealment, Deception and Intimidation (more commonly known as the Iraq Dossier, the February Dossier or the Dodgy Dossier) was a briefing document for the British Prime Minister Tony Blair's Labour Party government.
It was issued to journalists on 3 February by Alastair Campbell, Blair's Director of Communications and Strategy, and concerned Iraq and.