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Does this mean i can skive off work to look after the kids, without any diciplinary???

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banned6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
Huge blow to Army as it faces £100,000 payout after tribunal backs single mother who went AWOL over childcare

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banned6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
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#2
Does this mean i can skive off work to look after the kids, without any diciplinary???


If your employer decided to change your hours after they employed you. "Yes".
#3
madness! can just imagine others doing this now tho..
#4
Ah winds me up reading this , yet another reason it was best to being men only in the Army...best of it looks like she couldnt run more then a few yards

Want it all these days when they dont get it they all want compo.

I bruised all my legs and done them in for weeks due to equipment being left out which i stupidly tripped over , but i laughed it off , dont go running off crying for compo.

Knew what the score was when she Joined , now she wants £100,000 ..... she is a disgrace to the Army , they are better of without her
#5
What a stupid case, when you join the army or any of the armed forces you are told that you should be available for duty 365 days a year 24hrs a day, sucky I know but your told this.
On the hours she was given how can she be expected to deploy, go on excercise etc, also means no guard duties etc.

If she couldn't do what she was asked to do she should of had to leave the army.
I knew single parents when I was in the army and they got no treatment like this, they would have to leave kids with relatives for long periods of time.
On the other side of the coin I do feel it unfair that she was not allowed to bring a relative to look after the kid.
banned#6
simple fix - ban all women from the forces.

cant have it both ways!
#7
Judging from its source, I would read with caution.
#8
csiman;8351550
simple fix - ban all women from the forces.

cant have it both ways!

Who would do the cooking?? Keep em out the Infantry etc defnitley
#9
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/8616866.stm

This will blow it open, where did the issue of racism come into this?

bonkers
banned#10
Alfonse;8351571
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/8616866.stm

This will blow it open, where did the issue of racism come into this?

bonkers

doesnt mention anything about race though :thinking:
#11
csiman
doesnt mention anything about race though :thinking:


first paragraph :roll:

female soldier after she won her case against the Army for sexual and racial discrimination.
banned#12
Alfonse;8351730
first paragraph :roll:

female soldier after she won her case against the Army for sexual and racial discrimination.

I reckon the bbc just got that bit wrong and its just sexual discrimination (which it isnt anyway imo)
#13
csiman
simple fix - ban all women from the forces.

cant have it both ways!


Can't be doing that - they are the main source of Moral on tour ;) he he he
banned#14
thesaint
If your employer decided to change your hours after they employed you. "Yes".


i didn't see annything in the story about that?
banned#15
Regarding the title of this thread. I would imagine in most cases in the country, if your child was ill, you would be allowed to take the time off with them.
#17
Does this baby not have a father?
banned#18
Paddy_o_furniture
Does this baby not have a father?


No, it is the new messiah!
banned#19
is it just me or is the bloke at the front grinning is face off?

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2010/04/12/article-1265446-0289CB41000004B0-455_468x337.jpg
banned#21
csiman
obviously my point was that there is no racial discrimination element to the case :whistling::roll::roll::roll:


It doesn't seem to be racial in the traditional context. Seems to be an immigration issue. It would be racial if they allowed white family members from other countries to come and live with serving family but not black.
banned#22
actually, how on earth is this sex discrimnation either? Its not like the blokes can get time off for childcare either!
#23
csiman
actually, how on earth is this sex discrimnation either? Its not like the blokes can get time off for childcare either!


fact is she won the case on that basis

simples
#24
csiman
doesnt mention anything about race though :thinking:


"Miss DeBique also won a claim of race discrimination because Army chiefs did not let her bring her half-sister from the Caribbean to look after the child"
banned#25
hannah19790;8352374
"Miss DeBique also won a claim of race discrimination because Army chiefs did not let her bring her half-sister from the Caribbean to look after the child"

WTF! Now that is really extracting the urine considering immigration refused long term entry! :w00t:

This country sinks lower by the day!
banned#26
She probably thought her sister could come over be given UK citizenship, full benefits claim, house payed for by the goverment all so she could become a part time babysitter.

Any sexism in this case will be from her as the army would have had the same stance if it was a single father. Same with the racism, the country shouldn't have to change immigration rules just because she can't keep her legs closed while in the army.
#27
agree a disgrace to the armed forces
banned#28
Paddy Charlie;8352503
She probably thought her sister could come over be given UK citizenship, full benefits claim, house payed for by the goverment all so she could become a part time babysitter.

Any sexism in this case will be from her as the army would have had the same stance if it was a single father. Same with the racism, the country shouldn't have to change immigration rules just because she can't keep her legs closed while in the army.

LOL - well done for saying what I was thinking. £100K is cheaper really in the long run. Lets hope she now gets deported.
#29
colinsunderland
i didn't see annything in the story about that?



It was initially arranged that she would work from 8.30am to 4.30pm and only on weekdays, so she could arrange childcare.


I read it that they told her anything to placate her before signing up.
If they gave her a set period that these relaxed hours were to be followed, I believe the "Daily Mail" would have put it in their report.
banned#30
Paddy_o_furniture
Does this baby not have a father?


Of course she does somewhere,

Now if only the mom knew who it was. . . . . . . . . . .

I was actually amazed that imigration refused someone entry, did'nt think they did that anymore?
#31
I thought the main point of the army was to recruit people so that we can go to war if needed, defend queen and country. Not say, sorry cant go and fight my battles that you're paying me for because i havent got any childcare. Childcare should be thought about before getting a job, whatever that job is.
#32
davidn84
I thought the main point of the army was to recruit people so that we can go to war if needed, defend queen and country. Not say, sorry cant go and fight my battles that you're paying me for because i havent got any childcare. Childcare should be thought about before getting a job, whatever that job is.


It should be noted that she is was employed as a Foreign and Commonwealth soldier working for the British Army, and then placed in the UK, from the Caribbean where SHE had organised childcare, which is what makes this case unique.
#33
As a female who served in the forces 20 years ago...i wish they would go back to the rules then, however harsh they seem and not very PC.
At that stage if you had a child you had to leave, you understood that when you signed up.
A single parent is not capable of deploying at short notice if she needs to. I have to say this would also be the same for a single father who is raising a child alone.
I do not want women like this to be potentially the security of this country. She may be a very nice woman but her priority is to her child. As a mum i fully understand that but that leaves her not capable of serving as a full service women in our armed forces.
The sad truth is there are enough young women without kids or men who could and should fill her job.
The bottom line is as a women we cant always once we have a family have everything we want. Our priority is to our children. We choose to have them.
This is not against the woman personally because quite rightly as someone said where is the dad but it is against the system that even thinks it possible for her to do her job effectively;
#34
Now she wants £500,000 , probably wants it for plastic surgery and for a tummy tuck & then fly all her family over via first class to come claim some benefits

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1265738/Single-mother-line-100-000-MoD-payout-offered-posting-childcare-quit.html
banned#35
A-n-d-y
Now she wants £500,000 , probably wants it for plastic surgery and for a tummy tuck & then fly all her family over via first class to come claim some benefits

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1265738/Single-mother-line-100-000-MoD-payout-offered-posting-childcare-quit.html


Ahh the Daily Mail - just reporting the facts as usual. :roll:
#36
master_chief;8359993
Ahh the Daily Mail - just reporting the facts as usual. :roll:

I suppose thats a fake picture they put up also :roll:

Although i note daily mail do try and wind people up , they cant stray too far from the truth
#37
Miss DeBique admitted turning down a five-year posting to Blandford Army Camp in Dorset, which would have provided the care she had needed for her little girl.
banned#38
A-n-d-y
I suppose thats a fake picture they put up also :roll:

Although i note daily mail do try and wind people up , they cant stray too far from the truth


Ok sorry, the facts pertaining to the story then. It's a character assassination from a paper with an extremely strong political and social agenda.
#39
Sexism and Xenophobia is strong in this thread Luke.:thinking:
The Daily Mail. Never let details of the case get in the way of a good story!
#40
Plum
Sexism and Xenophobia is strong in this thread Luke.:thinking:
The Daily Mail. Never let details of the case get in the way of a good story!


The daily mail just reported that everything causes cancer........and everything prevents cancer.

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