Complaints about improper behaviour in military triple since 2012 – The Guardian
Ombudsman criticises armed services’ failure to establish a proper system to deal with grievances
Ewen MacAskill Defence correspondent
The number of complaints about improper behaviour in the British armed forces has trebled since 2012, according to a report by the military ombudsman.
The annual report, published on Tuesday, covers complaints made in 2014, mainly from members of the services.
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