British defence intelligence sources confirmed last week that the final report, which is to be submitted by David Kay, the survey group’s leader, to George Tenet, head of the CIA, had been delayed and may not necessarily even be published.
In July Kay suggested on US television that he had seen enough evidence to convince himself that Saddam Hussein had had a programme to produce weapons of mass destruction. He expected to find “strong” evidence of missile delivery systems and “probably” evidence of biological weapons.
But last week British officials said they believed Kay had been “kite-flying” and that no hard evidence had been uncovered.
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