The Ministry of Defence will be told tomorrow whether it can be sued for compensation by the families of soldiers sent into battle in lightly armoured land rovers.
The families have been involved in their own battle to establish that the MoD has a duty to give soldiers the equipment and protection that they need.
ITV News' Martha Fairlie reports:
Families of soldiers killed in Iraq have been given the go-ahead by the Supreme Court to bring compensation claims against the Government.
The family of a Tamworth soldier killed in Iraq will find out on the 19th June if they can sue the government for compensation.