For seven years the nation has awaited the publication of the Chilcot report on Britain’s involvement in the Iraq War. On Wednesday, the report will finally see the light of day.
Here, we look at some of the numbers behind the conflict that have come to define its legacy.
179 - Deaths of UK servicemen and women
4,488 - US military deaths
139 - Other Coalition military deaths
134,000 - Lower estimate of Iraqi civilian deaths (Iraq Body Count identifies at least 160,400; The Lancet estimates 600,000)
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£9.6bn - Cost to UK of operations in Iraq
3.9m - Iraqi refugees since 2003 (of whom 2m fled the country and 1.9 million were displaced within Iraq)
3 - Official UK inquiries so far relating to the conflict: Lord Hutton's in 2003; Lord Butler's in 2004; and Sir John Chilcot's (2009-2011)
129 - Witnesses called to give evidence to the Chilcot inquiry
£9m - Cost of the Chilcot inquiry so far
5 - Members of the Chilcot inquiry committee (one of whom, Sir Martin Gilbert, died in February 2015)
7 - Years since the Chilcot inquiry began