Is Britain becoming an anti-war country? Sources at the Ministry of Defence have detected a growing war-weariness in the UK population, with a widespread perception that recent wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have not achieved their stated aims. The sources also drew attention to the increasingly multicultural make-up of the UK as a possible reason for the reluctance.
The Guardian shares stories of British readers, who became anti-war over the past twenty years. Whether they have taken part in marches or other campaigns, they tell their stories of the moment that politicised them.