End Impunity Campaign report

The Press Association has a report from tonight’s End Impunity Campaign meeting:

Campaigners are urging a change in the law to prevent soldiers convicted of rape, murder or torture from remaining in the army.

Families of recruits who died at the notorious Deepcut barracks in Surrey have joined supporters of the family of Belfast teenager Peter McBride to press for a "loophole" to be closed.

Mr McBride, 18, was gunned down as he ran away from a military checkpoint in the New Lodge district of North Belfast in September 1992. (PA, via ICLondon)



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