Soldiers wife’s petition

A dead British soldiers wife is being denied the proper pension by the British Government, please sign the petition below and pass it to everyone you know.

If you want to copy this post and put it into your blog your are more than welcome. If they get 100,000 people to sign this matter will be brought up in Parliament.

If you feel able to then please follow the link and sign the petition. Then also forward this to others.

This is a disgrace!!

Sergeant Matthew Telford of the Grenadier Guards was promoted to the rank in June 2009.

In November of that same year, Sergeant Telford was one of 5 British soldiers killed when a rogue Afghan policeman opened fire on them.

His wife and family will only receive a Corporal’s pension since he only held his rank of Sergeant for less than a year.However, he was killed on operations by the enemy whilst wearing three stripes of a Sergeant on active service.

Please sign the petition below to support a change in the rules that deny a hero’s widow the pension she deserves.

Please click here:- Soldiers Pensions

Please forward onto any sympathetic contacts that you may have in your address book.

It took me less than 2 minutes to do this;  it really is very simple to do.

Please forward to your friends and colleagues.

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4 responses to “Soldiers wife’s petition

  1. This is disgraceful! The governemnt squander billions and then refuse to pay the widow a few extra measily pounds.

  2. Bloody politicians. Bastards the lot of them. I’ve signed it and I’ll be putting the link on fb, twitter and any blogs I write. Thanks for informing me about that. Those bloody politicians need to be given a weapon and sent out ‘there’ themselves, then we’ll see what they are really made of! Thanks again & good work mate.

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