6 JULY

CHURCHILL URGES POISON GAS ATTACKS ON GERMAN CITIES

Writing a memo to General Sir Hastings Ismay on 6 July 1944, Winston Churchill urged the Chiefs of Staff to urgently consider the use of poison gas against German towns and cities.

A YEMENI CIVIL SERVANT’S BRIEF ENCOUNTER WITH BRITAIN’S GUANTANAMO.

At about 2 am on 6 July 1966, Hashim Jawee, a 22 year old Yemeni civil servant, was woken to the sound of his door being kicked in. He was taken away by British soldiers to an interrogation centre at Fort Morbut. 

THE LAW SHOULD PROTECT OUR CRIMES BUT NOT THEIR’S

On 6 July 2018, Prime Minister Theresa May slammed down Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson’s suggestion to give members of the IRA the same legal protection from prosecution that he proposed for members of the armed forces implicated in terror killings, intimidation, torture or other offences.

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