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While the Manual of Military Law laid down procedures for these, ignorance of the rules, operational necessity or often a perceived need to "make an example" meant that they were not always followed.
In the UK, the roles and responsibilities of the military are shaped by the principle that maintaining law and order, under the authority of the civil state, is a matter for the civil police; 'The primary obligation for the preservation of order and for the suppression of disturbance rests with the civil authority' (Manual of Military Law 1968, paras.
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