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Former Foreign Secretary David Miliband today warned: 'There's no political strategy in Afghanistan to secure peace after British military operations come to an end.'
Mourners are leaving tributes for the six soldiers killed in an explosion in Afghanistan. ITV Daybreak's Richard Gaisford sends this picture from Warminster Barracks.
Defence Secretary responds to Warrior enquiries after 6 British soldiers died in an explosion while on patrol in one of the vehicles. Five of the six were from the 3rd Battalion Yorkshire Regiment. They are expected to be named later today.
In response to a question by ex-soldier and Keighley MP Kris Hopkins, the Prime Minister pledges to have troops home by 2014.
Leader of the Opposition Ed Miliband pays tribute to the soldiers missing, feared dead.
3rd Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment are based at Battlesbury Barracks in Wiltshire.
The Defence Secretary Philip Hammond says the sacrifice made by these soldiers will protect the UK.
Nick Boles Conservative MP for Grantham & Stamford asks PM to bring our forces home
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Lt Colonel Zac Stenning, of 3rd Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, read a eulogy to the men outside Battlesbury Barracks in Warminster.