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Posted on 9 Nov 2011 1:50 pm
I agree with John, the success of the PJM Campaign has absolutely nothing to do with the Veterans Minister Andrew Robathan, who vigorously opposed all moves to allow recipients to wear the medal.
Thankfully the other house took a different view. This now sets a precedent to overturn some of the other issues the Minister has also opposed on the grounds 'it can't be done' and 'rules are rules'.
With political will our medal system can once again become fit for purpose, one need only look at the Australians or New Zealanders. And it should also be noted that they have worn the PJM since 2005!!
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