These are two of the solicitors who are trying to 'hound' our ex servicemen into Court .
They work for LEIGH DAY & CO solicitors of Farringdon, London.
Have a look at some of the veterans comments on their FB page. The veterans are very angry indeed. Now read the news story below to find out what they have been getting up to.
New defence shadow minister Emily Thornberry accepted £14,500 from law firm which sued British troops
David Cameron says Labour MP has "questions to answer" over donations from the firm, which has been accused of making false claims that British soldiers were involved in torture and murder in Iraq
Labour's new shadow defence secretary Emily Thornberry received donations from a law firm which was condemned over false claims British soldiers were involved in torture and murder in Iraq.
The donation to Miss Thornberry in December 2014 was to fund a legal research assistant for her office.
The issue has sparked concern among Labour MPs and came as shadow defence minister Kevan Jones resigned and shadow foreign affairs minister Stephen Doughty also decided to leave the front bench just before Prime Minister's Questions began.
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Conservative MP Stewart Jackson said: "Will my Right Honourable Friend agree with me that it's more than a matter of regret that the new shadow secretary of state for defence has seen fit to take a donation from the immoral, thieving and ambulance chasing lawyers Leigh Day, who together with public interest lawyers specialise in hounding our brave service personal in Iraq on spurious claims."
Speaking in the House of Commons Mr Cameron responded that Mr Corbyn has questions to answer over the appointment. He said: "I do think this organisation Leigh Day does have some questions to answer, not least because they were deeply involved in the al-Sweady inquiry.
"I do think it is instructive that we have lost a Shadow Secretary of State for Defence who believed in strong defence and instead we've got someone apparently who takes funds from Leigh Day and that leaves us with serious questions.
"We will be left with a collection of politicians who've signed up to unilateral nuclear disarmament, who have signed up to racking up taxes debt and spending."
Asked what people in the Armed Forces will make of Thornberry's links with the law firm, a Labour spokesman said: "I don't think it's relevant. Emily is a very capable shadow defence secretary."