Relatives of those shot by the British Army gather to hear the results and applaud the findings.
The British Army confirms that a number of active-duty soldiers have disobeyed orders and gone AWOL, and have likely gone to Ukraine to fight against the Russian military. Defence Minister Ben Wallace says that the serving members are "breaking the law and will be prosecuted" when they return to the United Kingdom.
The government places the army on standby to help deliver fuel to petrol stations if it becomes necessary after panic buying has depleted their stocks. The increased demand arose after press reports that the ongoing delivery driver shortage could reduce the availability of fuel.
The British Army begins Operation Rescript, to assist the UK's efforts to tackle the coronavirus pandemic.
After a 56-day trek, British Army captain Lou Rudd becomes the second person to cross Antarctica alone and unaided, over two decades after the first solo crossing by Norwegian Børge Ousland.
The 18th century Tadcaster Bridge, in Tadcaster, North Yorkshire, partially collapses into the River Wharfe as a result of flooding. British Army soldiers evacuated people from nearby homes.
A British soldier is killed in a bomb attack in Afghanistan.
United Kingdom Secretary of State for Defence, Liam Fox announces plans to reduce the British Army to its smallest size since the start of the Second Boer War just over a century ago. By 2020, troop numbers will be reduced from the present 101,000 to 82,000, with a greater reliability on Territorial Army soldiers.
William Hague, the United Kingdom Foreign Secretary, says that British soldiers should be out of Afghanistan by 2014.
The Fromelles Military Cemetery is opened in Fromelles in northern France containing the graves of 250 Australian and British soldiers who died in the Battle of Fromelles in World War I and had previously been buried in a mass grave.
The report concludes that British paratroopers "lost control", fired the first shot without warning, shot fleeing civilians, and concocted lies to cover up their acts, while the civilians did not throw stones or petrol bombs as a previous inquiry had claimed.