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Free The Soldiers Love Songs CD with mail on sunday £1.65

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Free CD with the Mail next Sunday, proberly with the magazine. Next weekend, The Mail on Sunday brings you a fantastic FREE CD by the musical phenomenon The Soldiers - and the chance to help wounded …
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Free CD with the Mail next Sunday, proberly with the magazine.
Next weekend, The Mail on Sunday brings you a fantastic FREE CD by the musical phenomenon The Soldiers - and the chance to help wounded servicemen through the magnificent charity Help for Heroes.
You'll find The Soldiers Love Songs CD, featuring 12 classic tracks, free inside next week's paper. And for every copy sold, The Mail on Sunday will donate 5p to Help For Heroes.
As we expect to sell more than two million copies, your donation will be substantial.
Good cause: Founded in October 2007, this exceptional charity has helped thousands of wounded service men and women returning from Afghanistan and Iraq
The Soldiers are Sergeant Major Gary Chilton, Sergeant Richie Maddocks and Lance Corporal Ryan Idzi, all serving soldiers who have seen action in Iraq and Afghanistan.
L/Cpl Idzi, 24, shot to prominence on X Factor in 2007, where he successfully made it through to the boot camp stages. From Caerphilly, South Wales, he is a member of The Queen's Dragoon Guards.
Both 41-year-old Sgt-Major Chilton, from Andover, Hants, and 37-year-old Sgt Maddocks, from Oldham, are members of the Corps of Army Music and veterans of the 1991 Gulf War, where they served as medical assistants ferrying casualties to field hospitals.
The Soldiers' debut album, Coming Home, was released in October and reached No4 in the charts, selling more than 300,000 copies and raising vital funds for military charities.
They performed at the Festival Of Remembrance at London's Royal Albert Hall in November, and will be embarking on their first UK tour later this year.
Their new Love Songs CD has been recorded especially for The Mail on Sunday and Help for Heroes.
Released in time for Valentine's Day, it features beautiful interpretations of 12 romantic classics including Three Times A Lady, When I Need You, Hero and Fields Of Gold.
Help for Heroes does superb work for the extraordinary servicemen and women injured in the line of duty in Afghanistan and Iraq.
The charity aims to create a series of recovery houses across the UK to help the wounded return to civilian life.
There could not be a better cause nor a better album. Get The Soldiers Love Songs CD free inside next week's Mail on Sunday, and help our heroes.
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#1
Ask a MOD to move to Freebies section.
#2
Agharta;7646649
Ask a MOD to move to Freebies section.

Where can I get a free copy of the Mail?!
#3
Good cause, but horrible horrible music.
#4
Gball - Reported.

Two men have as much right to love each other as anyone else.

Go take your hate elsewhere.
#5
gstok
Gball - Reported.

Two men have as much right to love each other as anyone else.

Go take your hate elsewhere.


Surely he has as much right to dislike something as much as you have the right to like it (or not.) Personally, I do not find the sight of two men kissing particularly relevant and rather repelling.
#6
CountFilth, having an opinion is one thing and using hate speech is another. gball used the latter and the mods have rightly removed the posts now.

For more on hate speech:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hate_speech

It's unfortunate that you find that men expressing love for each other repellent. Perhaps one day you'll be faced with someone close to you having affections for someone of the same gender, in which case I can only hope you learn enough to change your views. At the core of any relationship is love, not gender.
#7
gstok
CountFilth, having an opinion is one thing and using hate speech is another. gball used the latter and the mods have rightly removed the posts now.

For more on hate speech:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hate_speech

It's unfortunate that you find that men expressing love for each other repellent. Perhaps one day you'll be faced with someone close to you having affections for someone of the same gender, in which case I can only hope you learn enough to change your views. At the core of any relationship is love, not gender.


I actually have a number of gay male friends who I respect for being themselves and who respect me for being me. I, however, reserve the right not to be excited by the prospect of man / man kissing and the right to not like something which I do not like.

From your link "Critics have claimed that the term "Hate Speech" is a modern example of Newspeak, used to silence critics of social policies that have been poorly implemented in a rush to appear politically correct."

I see the image in the post has now been changed anyway.
#8
I'm not gay I have alot of gay friends
I'm not racist I have alot of black friends
I'm not a murderer I have alot of friends who are alive
I'm not a paedophile I have alot of friends who are children

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