Budget 2021: £5m for veterans ‘nowhere near enough’ says former soldier

GBNews published this video item, entitled “Budget 2021: £5m for veterans ‘nowhere near enough’ says former soldier” – below is their description.

‘£5m is a good start but it’s nowhere near enough.’

Veteran David Neaves spoke to GB News Yorkshire reporter Anna Riley about his thoughts on the Chancellor’s plans for veterans in #Budget2021

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