Category Archives: armed forces

Women in Sport – and the workplace too!

There has been much publicity surrounding the centenary of the football match that interrupted fighting in the trenches during WW1. Indeed, Sainsbury’s have used the story in its Christmas advertising. I was intrigued by a news story last week that … Continue reading

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The Cost of War – a poverty issue!

This morning I was invited by some colleagues to join the March for the Alternative on Saturday. It is a TUC (Trades Union Congress) initiative against the UK government’s response to tackling the financial deficit faced by the country; extreme … Continue reading

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Bullying in The Armed Forces

How could I let last night’s episode of The Accused, shown on BBC1, go by without making a comment? It is impossible to know the extent of the bullying that takes place in the armed forces; the representation in the … Continue reading

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