This ground-breaking report presents a thorough and empathetic exploration of the challenges faced by servicewomen in the aftermath of sexual assault within the British military, calling for significant institutional reforms.
Met Police firearms officers have handed in their weapons over concern that one of their own has been charged with the murder of 24-year-old Chris Kaba
A British-made Challenger 2 tank has been confirmed as damaged in Ukraine, marking its first verified deployment since Russia’s 2022 invasion, according to verified social media footage and Western defense sources.
The case of Corporal Daniel Conway, a British Army soldier convicted of raping a colleague, underscores the urgent need for comprehensive reforms to address the pervasive issue of sexual assault and misconduct within the military, as highlighted by broader testimonies revealing a disturbing pattern of misconduct and institutional misogyny.
Political speakers included Armed Forces Minister James Heappey and House of Commons Defence Select Committee Chair Tobias Ellwood and Vice Chair John Spellar.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has stated that no British military personnel are “above the law” amid allegations of unlawful killings by the SAS in Afghanistan, following a recent AOAV and BBC Panorama investigation.