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  • Copied from a veterans site……….. My name is Helen Carter and I am a Project Development Coordinator for a national fuel poverty charity called National Energy Action. Our aim is to help people stay warm and healthy in their homes. We are currently running a project in partnership with the Royal British Legion which is specifically targeted at helping anyone who is or who has been in the military and their families. Help is available to anyone who: Is struggling with fuel debt Is living in a cold or damp home Is struggling to understand their fuel bills or need

  • We are appealing for information on a missing Royal Navy veteran, David Dyer, aged 54. David was last seen at home in Blundeston, a village situated between Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft in Suffolk. He is described as being white, 54-years-old, 5ft 8ins tall, slim build, short mousy hair. David was last seen wearing a grey or black top, rolled up jogging bottoms and rigger/builder boots. Anyone who has seen David or has any information regarding his whereabouts should contact Suffolk police on 101 quoting incident reference 419 of 4th August 2018

  • Two years ago, we uncovered a sad truth on reporting and statistics related to Veterans in the UK.  We investigated the methods used to record how many veterans were actually registered within the systems and found it badly flawed. Since then, ministers and officials have been saying ‘statistics are comparable to those of a civilian counterpart’ and we have continued to say ‘How do you know?’  Low and behold, here in 2018, finally the public is now asking the question. Unfortunately, fingers will be pointed into just one place.  The government will be the political sacrificial lamb for this and,

  • Out Thursday 26th July 2018.  An SBT special highlighting the current rate of Veteran suicides.  With articles from Walking With The Wounded’s ‘Danny’s Legacy’.  How the suicide of Danny Johnston has motivated so many in the UK to take up arms against the mental health issues attacking our heroes.   Also featuring a brand new documentary ‘No More Falling Soldiers’ from Dai4Films. We will also be featuring a four page pullout from the NHS with details from the TILS/ CTS service.  Also the Tommy Atkins Centre’s Dr David Muss on the Rewind techniques which is currently helping veterans in Worcester.

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