The Times of London reports.

Britain rejects pardon for executed solider Breaker Morant

The British government has rejected pleas to grant a royal pardon to Boer War soldier Harry Breaker Morant.  Earlier this year Commander James Unkles, an Australian military lawyer, and Nick Bleszynski, a Scottish-born writer, sent a petition to the Queen, calling for a review of the trials of Lieutenant Morant and his co-accused Peter Handcock and George Witton.

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