"If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or your arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen."

Sunday, 26 July 2009

Legal Attempt To Slash Soldiers' Compensation

Every single day this government manages to do something which begs the question: "Can they possibly sink any lower?"

This is such a shameful tale; they really are despicable: next week Ainsworth is going to the Court of Appeal in an attempt to have the compensation payments of two soldiers reduced by as much as 70%. In one case they actually paid the soldier, he gratefully paid off his mortgage and then they came back, told him they'd made a mistake and wanted it back!

We'll never forgive you for the way you're treating our Forces; not one of you is fit to stand in their presence.
I've forgotten where I found the pic but it's probably one of Grumpy Old Twat's

3 comments:

  1. Trust Nu Labour and you are doomed.

    If soldiers in future cases get any money, store it away safely and unseen, or spend it quick. You can't repay what you haven't got, and they can't take that away from you if you haven't got it.

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  2. You can't trust anything they say VotR - they've been doing it for over 12 yrs now. But their treatment of our Armed Forces is just beyond the pale.

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  3. After weeks of MPs scandalous expenses claims it beggers belief that this 'government' can even consider reducing our Military Personnel's injury claims and proves the lack of care respect and understanding they have for the men and women that THEY sent to be maimed and killed. Lack of finance was never a consideration when they lined their pockets.
    To even get to court is scandalous let alone the expence
    Ashamed Britain

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