AFVBC News

Government To Tackle 'Vexatious Claims' Against Military Personnel

The Queen has said the Government is working to tackle "vexatious claims" against military personnel. It follows a pledge from the Prime Minister to change the law to protect forces veterans from unfair and "vexatious" legal action. The Conservatives have previously said they want to amend the Human Rights Act so it does not apply to incidents that took place before the law came into force in October 2000.

British Legion to close seaside hotels to reduce costs

Alderson House in Bridlington could close as part of Royal British Legion restructuring plans, a Royal British Legion holiday home in Bridlington could close as part of restructuring plans. The charity announced it is undertaking a wider strategic review to look at how they operate and assess if charitable funds are being spent effectively.

AFVBC Shop

Since the Intellectual Property Office have now made their decision about who owns the Official/Original widely recognisable Armed Forces & Veterans Breakfast Club (AFVBC) Logo we can now open the shop and start to sell products to members and supporters.

Intellectual Property Office (Decision, 23/8/2019)

After a very lengthy and stressful legal battle with Mr Dereck Hardman of AFVBC.NET, the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) finally awarded the original AFVBC logo to Dave Williamson. Mr Hardman signed over ownership of the logo to Dave Williamson in 2017 after agreeing for Dave Williamson to pay (from his own funds) a third party the monies he was owed. Mr Hardman then changed his mind and went on to launch a very public and despicable vendetta against Dave to regain ownership of the logo.