Transport for London and the Association of Train Operating Companies will continue their offer of free travel during the Games to military personnel supporting the London 2012 Paralympics within London.
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Free travel for military personnel supporting Paralympic Games security
Following yesterday’s announcement by Libya’s National Transitional Council that the country has now been fully liberated, UK Defence Secretary Philip Hammond has said that NATO operations there will continue for as long as necessary, but not a moment longer.
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Operations in Libya to continue as long as necessary
British troops have formally handed the lead responsibility for security to Afghan forces in the capital of Helmand province today, a significant milestone in a process of transition that will continue to 2014 and beyond.
Afghans take security lead in Lashkar Gah
Colonel Gaddafi is still in breach of the UN resolution calling for an immediate ceasefire in Libya so the coalition will continue operations, Major General John Lorimer, the Chief of the Defence Staff’s Strategic Communications Officer said today, Monday 21 March 2011.
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Coalition operations in Libya to continue