Watch: Theresa May Nods Off During Chilcot Statement
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Theresa May, favourite to become the UK’s next Prime Minister, nodded off in David Cameron’s statement on the Chilcot Enquiry.
A video emerged of the front-runner for Conservative Party leadership falling asleep as current PM Cameron made his speech on the monumental report findings.
The Chilcot report revealed the UK chose to join the invasion of Iraq before the peaceful options for disarmament had been exhausted and that military action at that time was not a last resort.
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