James Wray

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Former British soldier Dennis Hutchings rides with ex-serviceman down Whitehall in protest at the prosecution of Soldier F for two killings during the Bloody Sunday massacre. Photograph: Tess De La Mare/PA Wire

Thousands of former servicemen brought parts of central London to a standstill in protest against the prosecution of “Soldier F” for his alleged role (...)

Thirteen people were killed when members of the British army opened fire on anti-internment marchers in Derry on January 30th, 1972. A 14th died later. Photograph: iStock

The case of the former soldier charged with murdering two men on Bloody Sunday is to have its first hearing in Derry in September. In a letter to the(...)

Linda Nash whose youngest brother William Nash died on Bloody Sunday with Eamonn McCann outside the city hotel. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

There is understandable disappointment in Derry at the decision of the Northern Ireland Public Prosecution Service to charge just one former British s(...)

Former soldier Dennis Hutchings  is facing prosecution over the fatal shooting of John Pat Cunningham during Northern Ireland’s Troubles. Photograph: Kirsty O’Connor/ PA Wire

British veterans have said the ex-paratrooper being prosecuted over the Bloody Sunday shootings is “one soldier too many”. Known as Soldier F, he wil(...)

Linda Nash whose youngest brother William Nash died on Bloody Sunday with Eamonn McCann outside the city hotel. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Families of victims of the Bloody Sunday killings have expressed both disappointment and relief at the news that one former British soldier is to be c(...)

A file photo taken on February 2nd, 1972 shows mourners attending the funerals of the 13 “Bloody Sunday” victims, in Derry. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

A former British soldier who was arrested on suspicion of murdering three civil rights demonstrators in Derry on Bloody Sunday has been released on ba(...)