I've just walked past Tesco's in Salisbury, something I tend to do quite quickly - the covered frontage is normally a haven for mis-shapen, overweight, poorly dressed and ugly tattooed teenage single mothers and their vile families - to be confronted by half a dozen young members of the Royal Regiment of Artillery shaking Help for Heroes tins and Army Benevolent Fund buckets. Coupled with this, inside the shop each till had a soldier at the end of the thing packing the customers bags. Is it me? - Should soldiers be doing this in uniform during the working day? Hard to know what to think - I'm a supporter of both charities - but I didn't look right to me.