Hi folks, I was emailed this link by one of the lads and thought it would be worth posting. I am not sure if it has been posted before and I am not sure if signing the petition will make one bit of difference to this governments defence policy. These are not my words but I think generally, they hold true. A justifiably worthwhile cause. Please take the time to read below and act as your conscience dictates: Please take one or two minutes to fill out the Downing Street Petition on behalf of our injured soldiers bearing in mind we all know what the damage of war can do. Our comrades returning from Iraq & Afghanistan with horrific injuries to a health care situation that is very hit or miss. With our troops being deployed in greater numbers we must go back to the dedicated care that they fully deserve - so please lend your support to the petition to the Prime Minister on the Downing Street Petition Web Site. The petition is: 'We the undersigned petition the Prime Minister to bring back dedicated Military Hospitals to provide adequate facilities (non NHS) for members of the Armed Forces who are injured or disabled in the course of their duties' Please visit before the close on 6th August 2007 . If you do sign you will receive an email from No 10 with a link to confirm your signature. http://petitions.pm.gov.uk/Forces-Hospitals/ Cheers for the time fellas.