Army Cuts

I understand the economic constraints of today but if £50 billion can be found for the HS2 high speed rail line to cut time from London to Birmingham, then money should also be in place to protect the jobs of our armed forces.
The five things you need to know on Friday 14 June 2003... 1) OBAMA COMES OFF THE FENCE ON SYRIA From the Guardian: "The
The head of the Army has warned that any gap between military resources and planned capabilities caused by spending cuts
The "Desert Rats", whose tanks defeated Rommel in the sands of El Alamein, turning the tide of WWII, are to lose their armoured
Up to 5,300 soldiers are to be made redundant from the Army in the summer as part of the latest round of cuts to the armed
Any political row about redundancies and the future of the Army would "signal an incompetence at the heart of government
Parents of soldiers killed in Iraq and Afghanistan are to take part in protests up and down the country against plans to
Chief of the General Staff, General Sir Peter Wall has spoken of the "shock" he felt at the moment he learned that the army
Five infantry battalions are expected to be axed and other units merged or turned into reservists in the biggest overhaul
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- Scotland is to be left with one RAF base after the Defence Secretary announced that RAF Leuchars is