MPs have urged the next prime minister to legislate to end the “ridiculous charade” of “vexatious” and repeated investigations into alleged historical offences by British troops.
Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt has announced a consultation process in response to demands for legislation to end repeated investigations into alleged historical offences by British troops.
Potential Prime Minister Boris Johnson has pledged to end “unfair” prosecutions of veterans who served in Northern Ireland.
An injured Perthshire veteran has brought home a gold medal after winning the wheelchair tennis competition at this year’s US Warrior Games.
Kedar Jadhav has defended India’s middle-order batting after their tense 11-run World Cup victory over Afghanistan in Southampton.
Vijay Shankar hopes to shake off a toe problem inflicted by team-mate Jasprit Bumrah in training in time for Friday’s Cricket World Cup clash with Afghanistan.
Eoin Morgan unleashed a furious, record-breaking assault as England overpowered Afghanistan by 150 runs at Old Trafford, hitting 17 sixes as his side took over top spot in the World Cup standings.
Eoin Morgan allayed any lingering fears over his fitness by clubbing England’s fastest World Cup hundred while his side broke their own record for most sixes in an innings against Afghanistan.
Eoin Morgan was cleared to lead England in their World Cup clash with Afghanistan, but Jason Roy admitted his return from a torn hamstring represented a “grey area”.
South Africa kept their World Cup hopes alive with a first win of the tournament against Afghanistan in Cardiff.