Opinion: Arms and the law – why is the UK government making it harder to prosecute war crimes?

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  • Financial Times published this video item, entitled “Opinion: Arms and the law – why is the UK government making it harder to prosecute war crimes?” – below is their description.

    FT legal commentator David Allen Green looks at legislation protecting servicemen from prosecution. There is a government Bill going through parliament which is intended to make it far harder for British service personnel to be prosecuted for war crimes and torture. Written and narrated by David Allen Green, produced by Tom Hannen

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