A couple of days ago I saw an interview with Sir Michael Caine during which he mentioned his National Service spent in BAOR and Korea. When asked, he replied that he would like to see the return of National Service to help combat youth violence and reiterating his comment: "I'm just saying, put them in the Army for six months. You're there to learn how to defend your country. You belong to the country. Then when you come out, you have a sense of belonging rather than a sense of violence." This was followed by a few (probably well chosen) comments from some of Britain's youths, the cream of which was, "I'd rarver do me own fing, innit?" What are the panel's thoughts?