Opinion: I’m a Therapist, Not a Cop
by Erene Hadjiioannou
New government guidance is supposed to make it easier for victims to talk about their perpetrators' crimes in therapy. The catch? Prosecutors may be able to access their therapy notes.
They are claimed from all sides and by all parties. But who are Britain’s ex-service personnel? What do they want? And what do their politics – whether conservative, liberal or socialist – tell us about Britain as a post-imperial country? Aaron Bastani speaks to Joe Glenton, journalist and author of ‘Veteranhood’.