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This is doing the rounds on Facebook. Posted by one Robin Horsfall, a respected SAS veteran:
I have to agree with everything said in the notice. I had heard about this case but I seriously didnt think it would go ahead, how wrong I was.
The post title says DISGRACEFUL. I think that is too kind a word, "BLOODY OUTRAGEOUS" fits the bill better.
This Govt must start to show some bottle or this country will implode.
O it's Tommy this, an' Tommy that, an' " Tommy, go away " ;
But it's " Thank you, Mister Atkins," when the band begins to play
I have sent a very strong letter to my MP and all ex servicemen/women should do the same. Its strange that you never read hear anything from all the organisations like the British Legion speaking out, I suppose its called burying your head in the sand.
For as long as this travesty remains and there is no amnesty for NI veterans, I will refuse to wear my GSM at functions/ceremonies starting with the RAA Service of Remembrance at the NMA in July. It feels tainted!
I too have made my MP aware of my feelings and those of all of my comrades though I doubt very much she will be very interested. Labour!
I beleive that when this initially raised its ugly head there was a rally arranged for London. I will have to look back the posts on face book for any comments.
I beleive that no politician should be invited to any more forces days parades, until they start taking our side.
To further exacerbate this travesty I see in the news today;
have you sent these sentiments to your MP I have. A book has just been published by an ex para officer who describes the situation perfectly
Sadly Jimmy, my MP is Corbynist Labour who doesn't even acknowledge communications that don't adhere the party line.