The wife of jailed Royal Marine Alexander Blackman has been in Parliament today as MPs debated his case. Plymouth-based Sgt Blackman is serving an eight-year jail term, after being convicted of murdering a wounded Taliban fighter.
Claire Blackman has said she will not give up the fight to clear his name - and described today as 'a good step forward'.
Supportive MP Richard Drax described Sgt Blackman as a "decent man pushed beyond endurance", however today the MoD agreed to release a full report which accuses him of slipping to "unacceptably low standards".
The wife of a former Royal Marine from Taunton jailed for life for murdering a Taliban fighter is making a fresh bid to clear his name
Hundreds of people including many veterans have attended a rally in support of jailed former Royal Marine Alexander Blackman
People gather in Parliament Square in London to support a former Plymouth Royal Marine jailed for murder