I have just read in todays Telegraph a story about the families of servicemen who have died during the Iraq war having to pay as much as Â£600 for documents used at the inquests into their deaths. I don't know how to provide the link to the article, but It's easy enough to find. This story doesn't surprise me at all, as I have explained in the past my son died in a RTA accident and not in Iraq, and we are still awaiting documents to be released before his inquest. We haven't been charged for any of them yet, but the ones that we really need to view have yet to be released to us, despite many requests. Oh, I suppose that we have been charged for them indirectly as we have had to employ a Solicitor to get to see them. Crap way to treat families.