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Iilaa'mpuul'xem

Cyprus: Cash Flown Out To British Troops

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Iilaa'mpuul'xem

This is a first.. this government as done something that actually benefits Britain!!!

Banks in Cyprus have been closed since before the weekend and will not reopen until Thursday in order to prevent a run on the banks as the government discusses taxing all savers in order to secure an EU bailout.

Soldiers stationed on the island and their families would be able to borrow the money if cash machines and debit cards stop working completely, the Ministry of Defence said.

"The MoD is proactively approaching personnel to ask if they want their March, and future months' salaries paid into UK bank accounts, rather than Cypriot accounts," it said in a statement.

"We're determined to do everything we can to minimise the impact of the Cyprus banking crisis on our people."

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Ealdwita

This is a first.. this government as done something that actually benefits Britain!!!

Watch 'em....the buggers are up to something!

Unless HM Government's worried about the amount of L85A2's and flak jackets that may appear on sale in the markets around Dhekelia!

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