Won’t Take ‘Pressure’ On VC

The Department of National Defence says it will not bow to “public pressure” on whether to award a Canadian combat veteran the Victoria Cross for the first time in 78 years. MPs and petitioners have sought consideration for an Afghan War hero: “Awarding national honours is designed to be insulated from political influence and public pressure.”

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