Here's an interesting one. Am just swotting up because i want to leave our beloved service and join the police, and have just read something about the human rights act. My questions are two fold and are as follows: 1) Do soldiers have the right to remain silent? i.e. sgt x orders you to tell him where something is etc. 2) How does the law "No individual shall be held in slavery or servitude" apply to soldiers???? Ok, granted you are not slaves, you are volunteers and you signed up for service but having expressed that you no longer wish to serve in the army, are you not being held in servitude??? Just playing devil's advocate here, i know that the slavery/servitude law doesn't really apply or everyone could use it to get out. Just wondering specifically why it doesnt apply.