Please see the following from makewarshistory.org.uk and get the full details from the website
"Whatever your role in the Iraq war, whether as an MP, armed forces. officer, civil servant, judge, pensioner or taxpayer we advise that you abide by your obligations and duties under domestic and international law and confine your activities to the legal and legitimate path outlined by the UN Charter and the laws of war. To do this you must immediately disassociate yourself from any action that can be construed as aiding, abetting, assisting or condoning the British Government's use of armed force in Iraq or Afghanistan. If you are a member of the Armed Forces or a civil servant you must abide by Article 24 of Chapter VI of the Manual of Military law and refuse all superior orders that contribute to the wars with Iraq and Afghanistan and the genocide of the Iraqi people. If you are an MP or Peer you must hold the Government to account for its crimes and force it to end the use of armed force, or resign from your seat in Parliament. If you are a taxpayer or an employee you must withhold your taxes from the Inland Revenue until the crimes have ceased and ask your employer to do the same. If you don.t fit into any of these categories report the genocide and war crimes to the police asking them to investigate the crimes and arrest offenders.
Take a stand to end the worst atrocity in British history
The war with Iraq in which tens of thousands of totally innocent men, women and children have been injured or killed is the worst atrocity ever committed by a British Government. It must be stopped. War continues because too many of us condone or support it and fail to take active practical steps to end it. To make a real contribution to the maintenance of a fair, just, equitable and peaceful world for future generations, and to be seen as a citizen of integrity, probity and stature take a stand now and assure yourself of a place in history as one of the few who caused the world to eliminate war."
The Law -
War was outlawed in 1928 by the International Treaty for the Renunciation of War [the Kellogg-Briand Pact]. Sixty three nations including Britain, America, France, Germany and Japan ratified the Pact condemning recourse to war as an instrument of national policy and agreeing to settle all disputes peacefully. The treaty is still in force.
ARTICLE I The High Contracting Parties solemnly declare in the names of their respective peoples that they condemn recourse to war for the solution of international controversies, and renounce it, as an instrument of national policy in their relations with one another.
ARTICLE II The High Contracting Parties agree that the settlement or solution of all disputes or conflicts of whatever nature or of whatever origin they may be, which may arise among them, shall never be sought except by pacific means.
The Kellogg-Briand Pact formed the legal basis for the Nuremburg War Crimes Trials. The recent attack on Iraq renders Britain's political, civil and military leaders liable for the same crime of waging a war of aggression for which Germany's leaders were convicted and hanged in 1946.
The use by Britain's armed forces of indiscriminate weapons such as cruise missiles, rockets, cluster bombs and depleted uranium artillery shells to attack villages, towns and cities in Iraq killing Iraqis violates the International Treaty for the Renunciation of War, the UN Charter and the Rome Statute and constitutes a crime against peace under Article VI of the Nuremburg Principles as well as genocide and a crime against humanity under the International Criminal Court Act 2001.
Please tell everyone you know. Seek legal advice and go to the police to report these crimes.
If your legal advisor is not willing to help you then you can report them to the Law society for their part in an illegal act.