BBC: "Veterans' Long Battle For Nuclear Tests' Compensation"

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  1. witsend

    witsend War Hero Book Reviewer

    This smacks of "wait until they are all dead and then admit liability. We know that exposure has effects, but they can't prove it".

    Maybe the compensation works on the ALARP princple. As Low As Reasonably Possible. :angry7:
  2. Aye what a wonderful country we live in, it proves once again what the bastards think of our armed forces. :twisted: :twisted:
  3. What a disgraceful state of affairs.

    To date 28 October 2010 the MOD has spent £2,090,373.48 on Civilian Counsel.
    This is in addition to its own Barristers and Solicitors
    Central Legal services 82 Service Prosecuting Authority 35
    Army Legal Service 130
    RAF 41
    RN 28.

    Not one of these of a calibre to represent the MOD in the Royal Courts of Justice . Over £2,000,000 to date and not ended there as Mr Bert Sinfield had the temerity to die of his cancer before the MOD could invent a cut off date.

    Heads should be hung in abject shame
  4. Re: BBC: "Veterans' Long Battle For Nuclear Tests' Compensat

    Who needs enemies when you've got MoD?

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