These are yet further examples of cases, whose belated disclosure by an embarrassed and secretive establishment, continues to sustain the demand for posthumous pardons.
These men's families deserve our sympathy and support via the campaign to secure such pardons. The Prime Minister's response that 'we cannot rewrite history' begs the question, if it is simply a matter of history, why have these cases been kept secret for so long?
MP for Thurrock (Lab)
House of Commons