The War in Iraq, which started exactly ten years ago today, lasted six years and cost the lives of one hundred and seventy nine British servicemen.
A decade on the debate still rages as to whether the conflict was worth it. Chris Kiddey's been speaking to three people from our region closely affected by the conflict.
Barnsley Central MP and former paratrooper Dan Jarvis, and blind veteran Simon Brown reflect on their experiences of serving in Iraq
The father of a soldier killed in Iraq says that ten years on from the start of the conflict his son's life was ''wasted'' as he believes there was no need to go to war.
Peter Brierley from Batley's son Shaun was killed when his Land Rover crashed 10 days after the war began.