Unanswered questions behind the failed witch hunt of Iraq veterans

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Investigators strongly suspected a UK lawyer’s Iraqi clients were making bogus allegations against British troops from the outset but the false claims were allowed to flourish, a senior whistle blower has told The Sunday Telegraph.

The disclosure raises serious questions for the Government over its handling of the £60 million criminal inquiry into British troops in Iraq after ministers were finally forced to shut the witch hunt down.

The Iraq Historic Allegations Team (Ihat) will be scrapped within months in the wake of a series of damaging revelations that culminated in an official parliamentary report that ruled it ‘unfit for purpose’.

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