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Get the bloody arms trade out of Bristol

Sledgehammer | 19.11.2014 17:33 | Anti-militarism | Terror War

Babcock chief executive Peter Rogers said: “We are delighted that we are growing and strengthening our partnership with the Ministry of Defence through the acquisition of DSG.

“We are committed to working with our customer to ensure we are responsive to the evolving needs of the Army whilst achieving improved performance levels, enhanced operational agility and greater cost efficiencies.”

We need this like a hole in the head!!

For anti war campaigners everywhere.
An article has been published in the local rag stating the following:-

Engineering business Babcock has been chosen as the preferred bidder for the body which repairs, maintains and stores vehicles for the British Army.

The firm has offices around the world and employs hundreds of people in Bristol largely in its defence and marine divisions, from its base in Ashton Vale Road.

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