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A senior British judge criticized the BBC for its controversial report alleging that Prime Minister Tony Blair’s government “sexed up” its intelligence dossier on Iraqi weapons. BBC Director General Greg Dyke apologized for mistakes in the radio report, and BBC Chairman Gavyn Davies resigned. Reuters reports on the fallout. The Guardian breaks it all down into digestible bits in a special report.

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