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Reserve Forces

Defence written question – answered on 18th July 2013.

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Photo of Ann McKechin Ann McKechin Labour, Glasgow North

To ask the Secretary of State for Defence how many full-time volunteer mobilised reservists were subject to a deduction of earnings request from the Department for Work and Pensions in financial years (a) 2010-11, (b) 2011-12 and (c) 2012-13.

Photo of Mark Francois Mark Francois The Minister of State, Ministry of Defence

The number of volunteer mobilised reservists that were subject to a deduction of earnings request in each of the financial years (FY) 2010-11, 2011 -12 and 2012-13 is shown in the following table:

FY Number of reservists subject to a deduction of earnings
2010-11 10
2011-12 5
2012-13 10

Figures have been rounded to protect the confidentiality of individuals in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and the Code of Practice for Official Statistics 2009.

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michael kearney
Posted on 19 Jul 2013 10:40 pm (Report this annotation)

when asking in the house can you ask why i and many of my friends who i have retired after 34 years in T A got no pension all though i worked on average 100 days a year i paid full tax and insurance i put my country before my family and i diddnt get a pensioneven though for 25 years of my service the regulars were in a none contributory pension why wasnt i i earnt the same money

if i had worked part time in a pub doing less hours the law would have insisted i got one even the human rights which i feel were ignored
this gov and all before and after are looking for a defence force on the cheap i wish i had never served now as i look forward to a life without the backup of a pension