Here's one that's been bugging me for oh so many years: I turn in for a training day at my own TAC. I am paid one RPOD. I am not entitled to be fed because if I am training at my own TAC 'I can go home to eat lunch'. I try to claim a second RPOD to cover the 60 miles it would take me to go home and come back again and - strange to relate - I can't do that either. I know that if I am training more than 5 miles from the TAC I can be fed and I have heard illicit rumours of falsified instructions to this effect. We also frequently lay on pie and chips, paid for out of GPF, for lads training at the TAC. Can anyone give me a good reason for this state of affairs to continue, other than it saving the bean counters 36p a man, or however much they allocate for lunch? Alternatively, what is your favourite pay/allowance regulation that makes you feel like a second class citizen?