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Armed Forces


MoD moves to redefine combat immunity condemned by Law Society


The Law Society of England and Wales has said that the Ministry of Defence (MoD) must be accountable if it fails in its duty of care. In its response to the MoD’s consultation, the Law Society criticised an attempt to limit circumstances in which the MoD can be found negligent if it fails in its duty of care to servicemen and women.


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