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For BAFF members approached by inquiries such as Op Northmoor

BAFF already offers free basic professional legal advice for any BAFF full member approached by the Iraq Historic Allegations Team (IHAT) for an interview, even if apparently as a witness and not under caution. After consultation with the legal firm with whom we have this arrangement, BAFF is very pleased to confirm that this offer applies to all recent or current military operations, including the Op Northmoor inquiry (Afghanistan / Herrick).

For more info see: Involved in IHAT? Free initial legal advice available to BAFF members

The full court martial representation offer is here: New benefit for BAFF members: 'pro bono' court martial representation

Tags: Service Discipline and Military Law IHAT, Northmoor and related inquiries

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The central question in the debate on military unions or associations is not what the body representing the interests of members of the armed forces is called but rather how to respect the rights of military personnel to the freedom of association and assembly while at the same time meeting the needs and legitimate concerns of the military, given its unique function.

Handboook on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms of Armed Forces Personnel, Chapter 9, Military Unions and Associations