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The Service Prosecuting Authority has dropped all but one investigation into alleged war-related crimes by UK armed forces personnel in Iraq.
People in six continents took part in events to support and celebrate conscientious objectors on Friday (15th May).
The UK Ministry of Defence has admitted that the RAF engaged in aerial bombing in Iraq on 10th April, when the Prime Minister was in hospital.
UK military leaders are facing criticism after General Nick Carter used a coronavirus briefing to push a pro-military and pro-nuclear agenda.
Nineteen charities and NGOs have called for the billions currently spent on armed force to be used instead to tackle Covid 19 and related problems.
Rules issued by the Ministry of Defence today ban all armed forces personnel from mentioning "defence" issues on social media without approval.
People from around the UK have joined calls to divert military spending to tackling problems caused by coronavirus.
A day of online action has begun as people take to social media to insist that military budgets must be diverted to tackling Covid 19 and related threats.
The UK government has paused an integrated review of defence policy to focus on tackling the coronavirus pandemic.
Calls are growing for military budgets to be diverted to tackling coronavirus, with a Day of Online Action planned for Friday 17th April.