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Philip Hammond has said he is “very concerned” by a ruling that gives the go-ahead for families of soldiers killed in Iraq to pursue compensation claims against the Government. The Supreme Court this morning decided that soldiers were covered by the Human Rights Act. Relatives of three servicemen killed by roadside at...
Philip Hammond said the Supreme Court’s ruling that soldiers are covered by the Human Rights Act would challenge Britain’s ability to engage in combat. “I think t...
Foreign Office Minister Alistair Burt calls on Government of Iraq to fully investigate the attack yesterday on Camp Liberty in Iraq: “I strongly condemn the attac...
Caroline Lucas said the parliamentary build-up to the 2003 invasion of Iraq demonstrated that Parliament should always be allowed a free vote on issues "of such magn...
Caroline Lucas press release Iraq: 10 Years On - MPs win six hour Parliament debate to scrutinise 2003 decision to go to war MPs will demand to know how former...
Baroness Nicholson worried about the effect of Syria reaching an “explosion moment” on its neighbouring states. “What we’ve seen in Syria is a very, very worrying...
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