An independent review of the Chinook helicopter crash, which claimed the lives of 29 people on the Mull of Kintyre 16 years ago, has been confirmed by the Government.
Defence Secretary Liam Fox told the Commons an independent review of the evidence surrounding the crash had been promised when the Tories were in opposition.
"I can confirm that the Ministry of Defence is already looking at the best way to undertake that," he told MPs during debate on the Queen's Speech.
"We will certainly live up to the promise we made in opposition."
The move comes after renewed pressure from former Liberal Democrat leader Sir Menzies Campbell and amid continuing concern over the RAF's finding of "gross negligence" against the two helicopter pilots.