Something snapped in me today after reading about the MoD appealing against compensation payouts to wounded personnel. I decided to send my No 1 uniform to Downing Street, with a short note: This is a protest, driven by the constant betrayals of this government, including ignoring the pleas of Service chiefs for life-saving resources, sending personnel to battle with inadequate or unsafe equipment and vehicles, and this latest kick in the teeth for injured veterans. Enough is enough. These betrayals will not be forgotten when voters go to the polls within the next year, and campaigns and protests will hopefully keep these betrayals in the public eye. Serving personnel who may wish to make such a protest (bearing in mind QRs etc), I would advise sending a spare personal item of uniform, unless you wish to incur the wrath of the storemen and senior warrant officers of the three Services....probably best to remove identifying labels and badges and send an anonymous note as well, unless you particularly want to upset others in the chain of command as well. However, if you have PVRd and it is your last day and you have money to spare.... Ex-serving - you could send your own kit (although this may be a difficult decision if it is of sentimental value), or buy a spare (see below). Other supporters - get on ebay or get down the Army surplus store, CS95 is probably available.