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Britain in the Dock

Paul Kenyon asks if the British Army can be trusted to police itself, as it stands accused in two separate inquiries of committing war crimes in Iraq.

In two separate inquiries, the British Army stands accused of committing war crimes in Iraq, and ex-Defence Minsters are now being called to account.

With the MOD and the military justice system tainted by allegations that soldiers have got away with torture and murder, Paul Kenyon asks if the British army can really be trusted to police itself.

29 minutes

Last on

Sat 2 Oct 2010 02:00

Credits

Role Contributor
Presenter Jeremy Vine
Reporter Paul Kenyon

Broadcasts

  • Mon 27 Sep 2010 20:30
  • Fri 1 Oct 2010 00:25
  • Sat 2 Oct 2010 02:00