http://www.guardian.co.uk/military/story/0,11816,1298020,00.html Enough is enough. Any block or MFQ defects - drop a line to your unit health and safety officer, put in a redress, threaten legal action on the grounds of health and safety, get the missus to write to the press. Then, post 2005, use the Freedom of Information Act to get hold of any minutes, letters or policy regarding cuts. Publish these and let's see TCH's party get the kicking they deserve at the election. No serviceman or woman, or their relatives or family, should vote Labour. I was in charge of an ORs block some years ago and the only way to get anything done was to leave the offending article in a glaringly obvious state of disrepair at CO's inspection time - broken doors off hinges, slime-filled showers. They would then get fixed post-haste! I thought we were moving away from this state of affairs, but we are obviously regressing in our treatment of the troops and their standard of living!