Mercer faces deadline to provide names in Afghanistan war crimes inquiry

Johnny Mercer, UK Veterans’ Minister, faces a deadline to justify withholding names in an inquiry into alleged British special forces war crimes in Afghanistan.

Opinion: Conservative minister Johnny Mercer’s refusal to disclose identities of critical witnesses in SAS war crimes inquiry undermines the rule of law

Veterans Minister Johnny Mercer’s decision not to provide whistleblower names to an independent inquiry into alleged British special forces war crimes in Afghanistan raises critical concerns about the supremacy of democratic principles and the rule of law over personal loyalties.

Veteran’s minister Mercer given ultimatum in Afghanistan Inquiry

Johnny Mercer faces a legal ultimatum to disclose whistleblower identities in an inquiry into alleged unlawful SAS killings in Afghanistan, with potential jail or fines for non-compliance.

Veterans Minister withholds suspects’ names in SAS war crimes inquiry

Johnny Mercer, Veterans Minister, refuses to disclose suspects’ names during a public inquiry into alleged extrajudicial killings by the SAS in Afghanistan, despite acknowledging the severity of the claims

Why did the UK MOD refuse to release ministerial letter on SAS killings in Afghanistan to AOAV, citing public interest grounds?

MOD refused to disclose to AOAV internal concerns raised by Veterans Minister Johnny Mercer in 2019 regarding the termination of an inquiry into alleged misconduct by UK special forces in Afghanistan