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Falklands Veterans need ARRse Member support (update 25/10)

Discussion in 'Current Affairs, News and Analysis' started by pitbull10, Aug 21, 2007.

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  1. Hi everyone

    I am a ex Army veteran of the falklands war who needs your help.

    Please could you read sign and pass on this link to my goverment petition to as many people and places as you can,

    (Please remember to click the link in the email you get back from the petition)

    We need your support. The more signature the better.

    Thank you

    (Please remember to click the link in the email you get back from the petition)

  2. Signed, well done mate
  3. Done. Good luck.
  4. Didn't they get a free flight the 1st time round?? How much do they want??? ;)

    Signed :)
  5. Signed and link forwarded :D
  6. signed and link passed to all friends
  7. Fcuk off!!
    It was a cruise liner.
    :D :D
  8. elovabloke

    elovabloke LE Moderator

  9. Aye signed as well
  10. Hi All

    Thank you you guys 151 sigs 2.30 pm today.
    Please keep then coming need as many as we can to get noticed.

  11. Hi all

    Come on guys 200+ views and 9 signatures, Please we need to get thousands of sigs to get the goverment to take it serious.

    Please guys its only a signature that you agree to vets getting a decent rate for flight back half way round the world.

  12. Signed
  13. Signed.

    161 now.

    May I politely suggest that the spelling at the top of the petition is tidied up

    i.e. to something like

    We, the undersigned, petition the Prime Minister to provide Veterans of the Falklands Conflict with indulgence rate flights via the RAF.

    Not sure how that can be changed on it.
  14. If anyone heres a member on i'm sure if the link was posted there, many people would sign it.

  15. Canberra cruised where QE2 refused ......