An article in today's Sunday Times: 85% of us believe there is bullying in the Army - is that 85% of us believe that, at some stage some bullying has occurred in the Army or is it 85% of us have either witnessed, or been subject to, bullying. Very different perspective on the same figures. Does believe equate to proof, or have some of the responders simply answered on the basis of hearsay? In which case the figures are misleading. A very dangerous statistic to bandy around in the press, stemming, probably, from a badly worded question. If, however, these figures are an accurate reflection of the bullying in the Army then we really need to get our act together, stop playing with the issue and eradicate it now. Your thoughts perhaps?