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Posted on 9 Nov 2011 10:36 pm
Thank you Tony M and John Cooper for adding most eloquently to the truth of this matter. Not only did the Sir Humphrey's of this country refuse to discuss the matter, they gave notice that they would not respond to any further communications. Sometimes the receipt of an "ASBO" is honourable.
One Civil Servant even referred to this medal as something out of a cornflake packet!
However, our stalwart supporters, which included Lord Touhig and many other Members of both Houses, forced a u turn in the end after a 6 years battle.
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