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Mums of Scots soldiers speak of pride, grief and anger on 20th anniversary of Iraq war

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The mothers of heroic Scots soldiers who were killed in Iraq have vowed they will never forgive former PM Tony Blair on the 20th anniversary of the Gulf War.Christine Morgan, Margaret Valentine and Rose Gentle continue to grieve for their sons who were lost in the conflict, which began with the Allied invasion of Iraq on March 20 2003.

And they continue to claim that then Prime Minister Blair went to war on fake intelligence and without public support for the conflict.And they warn that the UK should never again send its sons and daughters into conflict without proper justification.

Twenty years on from the “shock and awe” blitz of Baghdad, the mothers have all watched on as their sons’ friends have grown up and built families and careers.And they have wondered on the lives their beloved boys were denied.

Christine Morgan’s son Marc Ferns was just 21 when he was killed by a roadside bomb in Basra in August, 2004.After his death Christine urged Prime Minister Tony Blair to bring British troops, who were meant to be a peacekeeping force, home.She said: “I do think that Tony Blair made decisions based on nonsense and he misled us all about what was happening.

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