The way things are turning out right now…is shameful…2 years ago we should of got out straight away…2 wasted years for What…NOTHING…Lets leave and then see what happens…All this scaremongering is totally out of order..
The government is “legally” obligated to complete Brexit and the attempts to frustrate it will only further divide the nation. Once this is done we will then judge the “real” response from the other EU member states. it will not take long for them to come back to the negotiation table in order seek access to the UK market.
I voted to stay but respect democracy and as such think we need to get on with things. I personally don’t believe or take any notice of the posturing from MP’s who think “they could do a better job” we all have to respect people wish and get on with things NOW!
Perhaps I didn’t explain fully – although the ruling would apply to a man in the armed forces this doesn’t account for the situation women are in when they may feel they have to put off having children as it means taking time away from their work. The physical reality of having a child means that women have to take at least some time off work to…[Read more]
Heading news today – and rightly so… Mother has weeks to live and has to tell children they will be orphans Samantha McConnell, of Lincoln, has weeks to live after being diagnosed with terminal cancer. In a heartbreaking…[Read more]
I have just read about this in The Sun and read now in the below in the comments from Skip that she has won the reverse decision, I truly hope this is so ….as she has served our country for many years and now in her time of need she needs to be able to spend the rest of her precious time with her children not worrying about their financial…[Read more]
I find it absolutely shocking that these poor children are being denied the last thing their mummy can provide for them AND a dying mother is having to fight this battle when she deserves to spend her final days making memories for her babies.
This is totally unjust. If someone has paid into a pension for 20 years, and presumably paid a widowers’/dependents’ contribution, then the kids should be entitled to her pension regardless of when they were born. How ridiculous. She should at least be given the comfort of knowing that she has provided financially for her children.
This whole situation leaves me so angry!! It is so unjust and archaic that AFPS should even consider denying this Officer’s children survivor rights. Irrespective of what any clause in the pension booklet says, someone with a bit of common sense should revoke this and get new rules weitten asap!! The money is hers, should go to her estate and her…[Read more]