TA to take the place of Regs.

#1
Curious/Interesting... when companies with Arab monies involved, requre UK firms being dealt with, require an assurance that they are not allowing members of their workforce, to fight in countries within which there is an Islamic concern.

Rather stymies the government`s wishes,don`t it?
 
#10
Child? Nice. I tried to read it again, but my hand involuntarily started reaching for a rusty spoon with which to gouge out my eyes. So I stopped. Can you go away and practice some writing, please.
 
#12
Curious/Interesting... when companies with Arab monies involved, requre UK firms being dealt with, require an assurance that they are not allowing members of their workforce, to fight in countries within which there is an Islamic concern.

Rather stymies the government`s wishes,don`t it?
Don't tell the Argentinians .... put in an order with a UK company with some contract terms, invade the Falklands and then we can't do anything because they say so
 
#14
If I translated the OP correctly, then I have experienced this.

I was meant to be going to Iraq with my last company, for a week long series of meetings with various oil related firms out there, but when we got the paperwork through it clearly stated that people with any kind of military service would be exempt, could not travel and would be arrested on arrival.
 
#15
And where will they get this proof? Unless you turn up in your old deserts and with medals on chest how are they going to know?
 
#16
The title of this thread begs the question: why have regular forces? The TA could do it all and would cost less allowing our government to give more away to scrounging dictators in Africa and elsewhere, and pay more money to the EU.
 
#17
Two pages - none the wiser!

WTF Over?
 
#20
It's OK, I only live five minutes from home.
 

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