The lead story headline in my edition of 'The Sunday Post' newspaper on Sunday 25 March 2017 was: 'Insult to our Fallen Heroes' The story is about the disappearance of the withdrawal of the civilian 'researcher' adjudicator posts who decide on cases for inclusion of service men and women submitted for commemoration by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. A spokesman for the CWGC states that three years ago (2014) two adjudicator / researchers were funded by the National Army Museum (N.A.M.) to look at the backlog of cases submitted to them. From last year (2016) it was reduced to one 'researcher' seconded from the N.A.M. and as from mid-January 2017 the post has been withdrawn. The newspaper article includes a quote from Nic Andrews of the CWGC is, "I think most people would comment that this isn't the best timing in the world". It also mentions that one researcher from the 'In From the Cold Project', Terry Denham, had received this written reply from the Army about the withdrawal of the last researcher / adjudicator role from Brigadier Martyn Gamble for Army Home Command: "Due to a recent restructuring of the Army, difficult financial conditions and ongoing reviews into roles and responsibilities, we are reviewing the diverse work strands related to museums and heritage." However, according to the article the R.A.F. and Royal Navy are continuing to provide an researcher / adjudicator for cases submitted who were in those services. According to Terry Denham, the 'In From the Cold Project' has currently over 100 cases outstanding but at present cannot get any conformation as to how they are progressing. ............... This issue will apply to the non-commemorated war dead of WW1 and WW2 where families and / or researchers have submitted their details to the CWGC for inclusion, such as those who died of injuries / illness shortly after being discharged from the service.