A f***ing admin error.
Over the death of a serviceman and a letter to his father.
The father of a soldier killed in Afghanistan received a condolence letter from the Prime Minister last month – almost two years after his son died.
Trooper Jack Sadler, 21, of the Honourable Artillery Company, was killed on December 4, 2007, when his vehicle was hit by a blast in Helmand Province.
But his father Ian said he received a handwritten letter from Gordon Brown only on November 17 2009.
Another example of our governments treatment of servicemen, servicewomen and families
Pure and utter contempt.