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The Falklands war hero fighting for his state pension

Published on Saturday 11th of March 2017 06:59:27 AM in Guardian

Roger Edwards risked his life for his country in the Falklands war, taking part in some of the conflict’s most hazardous operations, including the SAS raids on Pebble Island and Goose Green, and the retaking of South Georgia. So how has the UK government repaid him ...

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