British soldiers face jail for refusing to fight in IRAQ

TWO British soldiers are facing a court martial after refusing to fight in the war against Iraq for moral reasons. The men, both from 16 Air Assault Brigade, have been sent home and face up to two years in jail for disobeying orders.

A third serviceman, a reservist who refused to travel to the Gulf despite orders, may also face legal action.
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