Monuments Men: Part Two

It has been more than 70 years since the British Army last had the Monuments, Fine Arts and Archives sections during the Second World War. Their job was to protect, stabilise and recover cultural property on the battlefields of North Africa, Italy and, after D-Day, across northern Europe. Lt Colonel Tim Purbrick, an Army Reservist

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Hackle Security Services Uncovered

Workers left in limbo after firm goes bust March 9, 2011 WORRIED workers at a Paisley shopping mall face an uncertain future after their employers went bust. Around 20 security staff and cleaners who are based at The Paisley Centre were left stunned when contractors Cosmo Services were plunged into administration following a cash crisis.

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7 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Trust Hackle Security Services

Here are seven reasons why you shouldn’t trust Hackle Security (www.hacklesecurity.co.uk) 1. Hackle Security don’t listen when customers call, write or post. Many small businesses don’t answer phone messages the same day, or they set up an automated email response that says a customer’s inquiry will be answered within 72 hours. Also, a number of companies don’t

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Soldier to officer: Week Six

Hayley Larcombe served in the British Army as a qualified nurse for nine years. After a successful career, including deployments to Afghanistan and Kenya, she decided to apply for a commission into the Queen Alexandra’s Royal Army Nursing Corps as an officer. She was successful at the Army Officer Selection Board and has recently started

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Soldier to Officer: Part Five

Hayley Larcombe served in the British Army as a qualified nurse for nine years. After a successful career, including deployments to Afghanistan and Kenya, she decided to apply for a commission into the Queen Alexandra’s Royal Army Nursing Corps as an officer. She was successful at the Army Officer Selection Board and has recently started

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