Prime Minister David Cameron described the incident in which three British soldiers were killed by a rogue member of the Afghan National Army as "appalling," but vowed it would not damage the working relationship between British and Afghan military troops on the ground. ITN's Neil Connery reports.
A file photograph shows British soldier Lance Corporal Liam Tasker watching his military working dog Theo, a springer spaniel, during a training session in Camp Bastion, Afghanistan February 10, 2011. Lance Corporal Tasker was shot dead in Afghanistan on March 1, 2011, and his dog died of a seizure
Lucy, the daughter of British soldier Christopher Davies waves as his coffin leaves the church after his funeral in St Helens, northern England December 10, 2010. Guardsman Davies, who was shot in an ambush while patrolling in the Nahr-e-Saraj district of Helmand Province, was the 100th member of th