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"This employee was acting in good faith because previously, there had been an altercation between a member of the public and a different member of the armed forces in uniform."
The spokesman also said the hospital trust was "absolutely clear that members of Her Majesty's armed forces, whether in uniform or not, should not be treated any differently to any other person".
"We are now making this point clear to all our members of staff and will seek to make sure that this never happens again," he added.
originally posted by: gortex
This is Britain and British forces personnel should be free to wear their uniforms with pride wherever they are in this country , regardless of whether some gobby foreigners like it or not !
Where does it say that the person involved in the previous incident was foreign?
So someone previously got the hump with a serving British soldier and now all British forces personnel in uniform should be hidden away from the public ?