BBC Article on the MoD Medals Office

Discussion in 'Current Affairs, News and Analysis' started by Speedy, Jul 27, 2009.

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  1. Interesting article. Campaign medals are important

    Fat Bloke I work with takes the attitude "I don't get a homecoming parade for doing my job properly, why should they?"

    I told him that if squaddies got £40,000 a year for doing nothing more dangerous than handing out self certificate sick forms (you can get a nasty paper cut) then they probably wouldn't want one.
  2. Quite so.

    Man's a cnut, tell him I said so.
  3. 'PE4rocks' is not quite correct - the fat man is an 'effing cnut! Please tell him I said so.

    PS. I bet he votes Labour!
  4. the_boy_syrup

    the_boy_syrup LE Book Reviewer

    He's an effing fat Labour voting useless pie eating cunt

    If you could pass that on I'd be grateful

    I don't suppose the BBC saw my Telic 4 medal lying about in there did they?
    I'm still waiting
  5. I won't hear a word against the Medals Office! They spent almost 11 years diligently holding on to my UN Bos' medal, desperately avoiding trying to find me and when I finally got them to issue the pigging thing, they took some six weeks to actually get around to it. Which apparently sounds like a sterling effort!