PROTECTING SOLDIERS WHEN THEY’RE FIGHTING FOR OUR COUNTRY

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Catherine’s son Jason was a soldier serving in Iraq.

The army should have provided him with the right equipment and not let him die of heatstroke because of their failings.


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Catherine’s son Jason died of heatstroke in Iraq. Here she explains how she needed the Human Rights Act to find out what went wrong and to ensure our soldiers are protected.

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