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Public consultation on new laws launches to protect armed forces from historical allegations

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Public consultation on new laws launches to protect armed forces from historical allegations



The Government asks public for views on new measures to ensure military personnel and veterans are not subject to repeated prosecutions


Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt has today launched a public consultation on new measures to provide stronger legal protections for serving and former armed forces personnel from alleged historical offences.


In recent years, overseas operations have given rise to thousands of allegations of wrongdoing, most of which only emerged years after the event. These have had a significant impact on members of the armed forces and veterans who have either been the subject of criminal investigations or interviewed as witnesses. At the same time, others have been called upon to give evidence on behalf of the Ministry of Defence, which has had to deal with thousands of civil claims at a great cost to the taxpayer.


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