Sergeant Danny Nightingale, who won an appeal today against convictions for illegally possessing a pistol and ammunition, said outside court: "I'm very relieved that the conviction has been quashed. Very relieved. Fantastic. We now have a re-trial to face."
He said any decision on whether he returned to duty pending the re-trial would be for the Ministry of Defence.
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