Heres an interesting one to debate which I am sure will get the tree huggers screaming. The BNP have recently won three council seats in very close proximity to where I live. They have won these fair and square by the democratic process which we, as members of the armed forces, are paid to uphold. However, the loony left UNISON union have declared that they will instruct all of their members (and therefore all council employees) not to follow any instruction given by these newly, legally elected representatives of their people. Now, UNISON is not an elected body, it has no legal power, it most definitely is NOT elected by the constituents of the towns that its members serve. So, what should be done about the UNISON standpoint? Should any civil servant body be able to refuse to work for the democratically elected representatives of the people just because they dont like that particular flavour of government? Before this turns into a slagging match against the BNP, save your breath. I live here, you dont (apologies to the 1 or 2 that might), and therefore you are not qualified to comment upon conditions within my town. I heard the rubbish which the other 3 parties came out with and it didnt convince me to vote for them. The majority voted BNP (I personally didnt vote for anybody), therefore an attack on the BNP representative is an attack on the majority and as much as I am sure you would like to think so, they are not all wrong. That is a different debate altogether.