Summit planned to help military personnel

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  1. The Labour Party is to host a summit with leading military charities on how to deal with discrimination against the armed forces.

    A recent poll suggested one in five military personnel had been refused service in a bar or hotel over fears they would cause trouble.

    BBC News - Summit planned to help military personnel
    (Source: BBC News)
  2. This issue has been debated ad nauseum on this forum after it has been alleged that discrimination has taken place and the outcome has always been "well go to another pub/club then".
    The motives of the Labour Party in this matter may be worth scrutiny. Would they be chasing votes by any chance?
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  3. wet_blobby

    wet_blobby War Hero Moderator

    If I ran a pub and some one from the labour party wanted a drink I wouldn't serve them, look at all the trouble they've caused over the years....

    Labour doing the "Look at us we're listening" shite all political parties do when they're out of power. None of them actually do anything about any of the "hip" causes they champion while in opposition, it's so fake it's sickening.

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