The men and women who share the blame for his demise have prospered.
The politicians and officials at the heart of the David Kelly scandal have been showered with honours, promotions or lucrative retirement jobs in the three years since the scientist’s death.
While the Kelly family continue to mourn quietly in private, The Mail on Sunday today reveals how the men and women who share the blame for his demise have prospered.
On the eve of the third anniversary of the Hutton Report into the affair, an investigation charts the upward career paths of figures central to the inquiry who were called to give evidence or played a major part from behind the scenes.
The senior officials accused of covering up No10’s manipulation of the intelligence on Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction have gone on to be rewarded with some of the most glamorous jobs in the public sector.