Exclusive: How the equality watchdog sacked a disabled army veteran and IRA bomb survivor by email

Just about says it all, I remember the days when this organisation and many like it believed that their organisations had something to contribute to the changing of society. Now they reflect the corporate society in which we live, people are disposable to reach some hidden target set by the corporate management of organisations.

David Hencke

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Late last year this blog featured the case of  57 year old Markus Caruana,  who works in corporate communications at the Birmingham office of the Equality and Human Rights Commission.To recap

He is a former flute player in the Corps of Drums with the Grenadier Guards.

Markus Caruana was unfortunate enough to have been both at the Guildford pub bombings in 1974 and the Chelsea Barracks bombing in 1981 which seriously injured regimental bandsmen from the Irish Guards.

He escaped unscathed in both instances but saw three of his friends killed in an IRA attack in Crossmaglen in Northern Ireland.

He left the army in 1985 to become a landscape gardener and then took advantage of a Unison…

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