A book about the death of a British officer in Afghanistan, once pulped by the Ministry of Defence, has won the Orwell Prize for political writing.
Dead Men Risen, written by Toby Harnden and published by Quercus, took the prize at a ceremony in Westminster and was the judges' unanimous choice.
It focuses on the death of Lt Colonel Rupert Thorneloe in 2009.
It was published in amended form after the first print run was destroyed by the MoD.
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