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The Chilcot report is a mammoth document, and contains some 2.6 million words.
That, ladies and gentlemen, is a lot of reading.
And as journalists huddle in a secret room clutching copies of the report released early at 8 o'clock this morning, one must wonder how much they can read in the three hours before general release.
The average reading rate of a person is reportedly 300 words a minute, which amounts to approximately 18,000 words an hour.
Let's assume you're all working people with semi-functioning social lives. If you read an hour of the report a day, it'll take you over five months to complete it.
With that in mind, here are a number of other things you can do quicker than reading the report:
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