This one reared its head again on BBC Radio Scotland: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-25863936 Dunfermline MP Thomas Docherty was waxing lyrical about this bill (well, it was his idea after all) but what caught my attention was the opening statement that a recent survey had found that 20% of serving personnel had experienced either abuse or discrimination, by being insulted or spat at or refused entry to public houses etc.. 20% - otherwise quoted as 1 in 5. I simply don't believe this study (note: study, not survey). Unfortunately I cannot find a link to it just now, but I just wanted to ask . . . who here, as a serving member, has personally received abuse while in uniform or were refused entry to a shop or pub specifically because they were service personnel? I know we have debated this before, but from what I recall of that discussion this is why I have such a sceptical view of the accuracy of these study findings.