A subject that has received surprisingly little comment is that of Dr Kelly's contacts with Victoria Roddam, a lady who in 2003 was Commissioning Editor for a small publishing house called "Oneworld Publications", their offices being in Oxford.
The interchange of emails between Dr Kelly and Ms Roddam form part of the Thames Valley Police evidence on the Hutton website http://www.the-hutton-inquiry.org.uk/content/tvp/tvp_3_0245to0250.pdf. Unfortunately the last email is at the top and first at the bottom so they don't read comfortably.
As I understand things the publisher was interested in publishing a book or a series of books which would have involved Dr Kelly's input to a greater or lesser degree. One email confirms that a meeting had taken place between David Kelly and Victoria Roddam and Novin Doostdar, one of Oneword's co-founders. As with Dr Kelly Mr Doostdar was a Baha'i follower.
Norman Baker writes of this proposed project of Oneworld and there is more to be read here for instance - an article by Jim Rarey.
The first formal email is on 2 April 2003 from Dr Kelly in response to a phone call from Ms Roddam. An email to Dr Kelly dated 10 July, when the Kellys are on the way to Cornwall, includes the sentence 'In light of recent events I think that the time is ripe more than ever for a title which addresses the relationship between government, policy and war - I'm sure you would agree'
I believe that the contact between Dr Kelly and Oneworld Publications, if known to the security services, might have set alarm bells ringing at the very least. Also in the TVP evidence list is Ms Roddam's notes of her discussion with Dr Kelly http://www.the-hutton-inquiry.org.uk/content/tvp/tvp_3_0251to0254.pdf