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The Ministry of Defence said the Army-commissioned rebrand had cost £520,000. But a spokesman told BBC News that Gavin Williamson believed the Army was "the best of the best" and that the rebrand proposals had been put on hold. Warning of Tory revolt over military cuts According to the newspaper, a leaked document from the department - written by the Army's most senior officer, General Sir Nick Carter - said market research carried out by the MoD showed the slogan "did not resonate with many of our key audiences". As a result, the Army's executive committee agreed "its use should be phased out as soon as affordably possible", with plans for the "retirement of Be the Best [to] commence immediately". The research also found the Army's crest - depicting crossed swords, a crown and a lion - to be "non-inclusive" and recommended replacing both with a union jack with the word ARMY in bold underneath. It is not clear when Mr Williamson became aware of the plans, but he has since put them on hold. Chairman of the Commons Defence Select Committee, Julian Lewis, told the newspaper that being the best was "nothing to be ashamed of". He said: "It is a matter for pride and a very positive message to transmit. Why should we be afraid of excellence when we are constantly saying our Armed Forces are the best in the world?" Defence Minister Tobias Ellwood has tweeted that "whatever the strapline" the force is "the most professional Army in the world", adding: "That makes them the best". Colonel Richard Kemp, the former commander of UK troops in Afghanistan, added that it was "lunacy to squander money on a futile branding project" when there was already pressure on the defence budget. In 2016, the government pledged to spend £178bn on new military equipment over the next 10 years.http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-42469901
In reality, it's highly unlikely that O'Reilly's new shirts are smaller than before. He says that it's a stealthy move on the part of the clothing makers to save fabric, but a few extra inches of fabric saved wouldn't account for the loss of sales and returned items a drastic change in size would cause. Materials like cotton are a relatively small portion of the price of clothing when labor, shipping, and design costs are taken into account. If there are any differences in the sizing, it's more likely O'Reilly's old shirts are just a bit stretched out compared to the new. Clothes have actually gotten bigger over time. Vanity sizing, more common in women's clothing where a certain size has extreme variance among brands, has also struck men's clothing. A size 30 pair of pants can actually measure 31, 32, or even 33 inches around, depending on where you're buying it. A study by Esquire found that a size 36 pair of pants could measure all the way up to 41 inches around. Others have corroborated the claims — vanity sizing is real, claims one Buzzfeed contributor post .
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