The newspaper got the story after other soldiers in Iraq from the Queen's Lancashire Regiment told them that a small number of other troops were treating prisoners badly.
Army spokesman Roger Goodwin, on behalf of the Queen's Lancashire Regiment, said: "There is no place in our regiment for individuals capable of such appalling and sickening behaviour.
"The sooner they are exposed and ejected from the regiment, the better."
The pictures come days after a number of American troops were also pictured treating prisoners very badly.
US President George W Bush vowed that the US troops responsible would be "taken care of".