I believe the description is that he's had a stay of deportation and is awaiting another decision as to whether or not he gets deported.He stayed
Twane Morgan, 36, was due to be on the flight containing up to 50 people leaving the country from an RAF base early on Wednesday morningwww.birminghammail.co.uk
I fooking doubt it Foresters did not do two tours in 3 and a half yearsTotally.
So as demonstrated, even numerous line infantry types managed basic training and 2 full tours within 4 years if they started at the right time, not just SF and interpreters
I fooking doubt it Foresters did not do two tours in 3 and a half years
Not one military friend on FB
I rest my case
He came to the UK in 2003 so unlikelythey did Herrick 1 Oct 2004 to September 2004
and Herrick 6 April 07 to Oct 07
it's possible that he did both if he were out of training in time and left after at least starting herrick 6
he could be a fibbing little tinker. I understand such things have happened before.
Personally I barely care
And he is calling on the Home Office to consider his four years’ service for Queen and Country before booting him out.
5 years to get a passport. ie serve 4 years and 1 day and sign off every commonwealth knows this.
He also claiming two tours in four years...must have been a translator or A Them
Deportations are the province of the Home Office, not the Foreign Office.I must admit, that made me laugh! How many foreign, criminal scum remain in this country after serving custodial sentences, due to their “Human rights”?
It seems our Foreign Office chooses easy wins and totally ignores the obvious elephant in the room (East European drug and people traffickers for a start).
As for the subject of the thread - I’m torn. Anyone know what cap badge he was? Did he serve inside the wire or were his two tours at the sharp end?