Or will it all be forgotten by May?
The latest stage of the Chilcot inquiry into the Iraq war gives a sense of problems ahead for the government over what turned out to be Tony Blair’s signature policy – the invasion of Iraq in 2003.
Of course the main actor, Tony Blair, is no longer on the scene and it was all a relatively long time ago. But the circumstances now being described of how the UK got into this conflict could just cause problems.
You can understand why the initial plan was to do all this in private and just how critical it was that in the end parts of it are being held in public.