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Thousands of British troops suffer delays in injury compensation payouts

Thousands of British soldiers who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan are living in poverty because of delays of up to three years in injury compensation payouts, a newspaper said Sunday. The Mail on Sunday said the government authorities conceded that 7,032 veterans are waiting for financial support from a mixed-up and slow-moving bureaucracy. It said it was almost certain that there were hundreds more wounded former soldiers who were not aware that they qualify for aid and who suffer alone. Full Story

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