Let me say at the beginning that I admire Norman Baker greatly for taking on this research and writing the book. It is a good read but...
I had no doubt from the moment that David Kelly was found dead that he had been murdered. The suicide story was an utter sham. However almost the entire book from Mr Baker leads him to this conclusion. So who was responsible for the murder then? I hate to say it, as I admire Mr Baker and think he's an excellent MP, but he bottles it and concludes it is an Iraqi circle who did it. After 20 chapters, where the evidence comes from to reach this conclusion is impossible to fathom.
Mr Baker presents so much evidence to implicate the UK government and its devil incarnates MI5 and MI6 but then seems to dismiss their involvement with a few sentences along the lines of "the British wouldn't do that!". A cursory examination of what the UK has done in this world in the past 100 years would suggest utter naievety on Mr Baker's part, which he actually admits to in the Epilogue.
David Kelly was murdered on the order of the UK government.