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Berkshire Family On Iraq War
The sister of a man from Burghfield, Reading who died in the Iraq War tells Heart the Chilcot Report has been "a long time coming".
Sir John Chilcot says the UK did not exhaust all peaceful options before joining the invasion of Iraq in 2003.
His report is being made public - seven years after the inquiry started.
Speaking in Westminster he said military action at the time "was not a last resort".
179 British troops died in the conflict and 18-year-old Rifleman, Paul Donnachie from Burghfield was among them.
His sister, Kelly Stone has given her reaction to The Chilcot Report.
Soldiers have been stationed outside AWE Aldermaston & Burghfield, where Britain's nuclear deterrent is maintained.
Police say two men, arrested after reports of people acting suspiciously near barracks in Windsor, have no links to terrorism
Two men have been arrested after "acting suspiciously'' outside a barracks.
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