A strategy for veterans

A strategy for veterans

Our Armed Forces are the finest in the world and so it is no wonder that many veterans also go on to be leaders in their civilian life, in their work and communities. Sadly this is not always the case and when some people leave the military, they can struggle accessing employment, housing, welfare and health support. Labour must close that gap, ending the bad experiences, while making the good experiences better.

Have your say on how, with a coherent strategy focused on preventing problems before they emerge, Labour can make Britain the best place for the Armed forces and their families to grow up and grow old in.

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