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From Butler Inquiry Talk Page[edit]

Butler report and butler review are in the meaning two different things. (Butler report: Exploiting Corporate Information Assets)

In the moment "bulter report" forwards to "butler review" - I guess this is wrong.

Oooopss.... I just wrote all this because I couldn't find this article nor any links to it. Maybe we can merge both articles. But it's all the governments fault: they didn't give the commission a proper name! pir 03:04, 12 Feb 2004 (UTC)

Title of the article ought to be changed now the official title of the review is clear. Suggest text of this page id moved to Butler review, and this page is made into a redirect. Washington irving 18:05, 11 Mar 2004 (UTC)

Right, as there have been no comments to the contrary, I'm moving the text to Butler Review (small r?), and making this page a redirect. Not sure about capitalization for this like this. I think Butler Review/Butler Inquiry is a proper noun, but maybe others will disagree.

At the same time I am going to delete the parody site, as this seems a bit innappropriate for an encyclopedia (though funny, I admit). No offence intended. If you disagree, just put it back again.

The official site has a photo of the committee. It would be good on this page. It is Crown Copyright. Which I think means it can be used as long as not in a misleading context, but the status of Crown Copyright is a bit murky (to me). Would anyone like to take the plunge? Is it OK for wikipedia? If it were cropped and reduced in size it might be classed as fair use?

Washington Irving | Talk 23:52, 12 Mar 2004 (UTC)

I don't think we can use it - but a US contributor could probably upload it under their fair use provision. We can't use Crown Copyrighted materials - we can use materials under a crown copyright waiver - depending on the waiver. There is no futher info on the Review web site so I can't add it to Template talk:CrownCopyright. Secretlondon 20:25, 30 Jun 2004 (UTC)

Yes, I disagree. I think it's surely appropriate to feature links to 'About The Butler Inquiry' websites, which category the parody site falls under. Therefore, I've added it back in, but this time with some qualifying text putting it in context. Is that ok?

Date for publication - 14th July 2004 from BBC Secretlondon 20:12, 30 Jun 2004 (UTC)

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Criticism dated?[edit]

This was a hot issue back in Bush's presidency, especially right after the war, but I feel like there's much less "criticism" of statements that there simply were no stockpiles now. Is the criticism section, which is as long as the conclusions section, still necessary? Prinsgezinde (talk) 23:11, 10 November 2017 (UTC)