Infantryman Philip Wesley says the PM was happy to send soldiers into battle but has given them nothing back!
A former soldier has launched a stinging attack on David Cameron for failing to support war veterans.
Infantryman Philip Wesley says the PM was “happy” to send soldiers into battle but has given them “nothing back.”
The father-of-one says his life since leaving the Army has been one of food banks, low-paid work, soaring energy bills and expensive housing.
At every turn he has faced difficulties because of the policies of the Conservative-led government , he reveals.
Mr Wesley, 27, served five years in the Army including two tours of Afghanistan.
He had to leave in 2012 to look after his daughter Violet, now three-and-a-half.
On return to his home city of Birmingham, he found it impossible to get a council house for them to live in.
“I was laughed at…
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