The families of soldiers who died in Iraq will today ask judges to rule that they can bring damage claims against the Government, under the human rights legislation.
- Families started legal action as a result of the deaths of a number of British soldiers following the American-led invasion of Iraq in 2003
- In June 2011, a High Court judge had come to the same conclusions
- In October 2012, appeal judges said relatives could bring negligence claims but not claims under human rights legislation
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