The families of Midlands soldiers killed in Iraq will return to the Court of Appeal today. They're seeking the right to claim compensation for their deaths, arguing the men were failed by the Ministry of Defence by not being given the correct equipment.
You can read more about the start of this case here: http://www.itv.com/news/central/story/2012-06-25/military-compensation/
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