Is that why the trustees would not allow a large group of non-conforming bootnecks to for their own Association.
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I read this almost unpublished announcement from the Pensions Offices to mean that if you have not already filed for Pension Credit you will miss out.
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Gurkha veterans who were refused the right to settle in the United Kingdom because they retired before 1997 were treated unlawfully and the policy used to reject them was misleading, a high court judge said yesterday.
In his ruling, Blake cited the military covenant - which provides UK armed forces and their families with proper care, in return for asking them to risk making "the ultimate sacrifice for their country". He said: "Rewarding long and distinguished service by the grant of residence in this country for whom the service was performed would be a vindication and an enhancement of this covenant."