A hospital in Western lefty paradise Bristol has banned its security guards from wearing the Union flag on their uniforms after one person complained.
Bristol Royal Infirmary’s twelve-strong security team recently donned black and blue Union flag badges, like those supporting the Care of Police Survivors charity, dedicated to helping families of police officers who have died on duty such as recently slain PC Keith Palmer.
The hospital tried to defend its move by saying “a member of the public” had prompted the hospital to “remove any non-authorised badges or symbols” from uniforms.
Perhaps, the woefully PC suits of this NHS hospital would prefer it if their ‘customers’ had no security at all?
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