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Oral evidence concluded
There are nearly a quarter of a million armed forces veterans in Wales. These men and women who have served their country with distinction, sometimes in the gravest of danger, deserve the best help that can be provided when they leave the military and return to civilian life.
The Committee has decided to undertake an inquiry into the Support for Armed Forces Veterans in Wales. The inquiry will examine cross-border co-ordination as it affects veterans and the level of co-ordination between the Ministry of Defence, the Wales Office and the Welsh Government.
Welsh Affairs Committee says Government should be providing better support to veterans in Wales
The Welsh Affairs Committee will publish its Report on Support for Armed Forces Veterans in Wales, at 00.01 hrs on Tuesday 12 February 2013 as the Second Report from the Committee, Session 2012-13, HC 131, Incorporating HC 1812-i-ii, Session 2010-12
Evidence session to be held on 6 November 2012
Welsh Affairs Committee to question Minister of State for Defence Personnel, Welfare and Veterans, MoD
MPs take evidence on support for armed forces veterans in Wales
Evidence session to be held on 19 June 2012
Welsh Affairs Committee to take evidence in Edinburgh
The committee will hold an evidence session on Tuesday 15 May from 10.30am, in the Grimond Room, Portcullis House, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA
This is the first evidence session of the inquiry.
Call for written evidence by 18 November 2011
Evidence given by Mark Lovatt, Manager, St Dunstan’s Centre, Llandudno, Alistair Maxwell, Regional Manager (Wales) Royal British Legion, and Clive Wolfendale, Chief Executive, CAIS.
Evidence given by Ian Hulatt, Lisa Turnbull, Dr Julian Olver MBE and Dr Andrew Dearden
Evidence given by Lieutenant Colonel Peter Poole MBE MILT; Bryn Parry OBE and Major General Andrew Cumming CBE
Evidence given by Keith Brown MSP, Geoff Huggins and Alister Murphy
Evidence given by Neil Robertson, Head of Operations, Taunton, Charity Commission, Harvey Grenville, Head of Armed Forces Charities Unit, Charity Commission, and Air Vice-Marshal Tony Stables CBE, Chairman of the Confederation of Service Charities
Colonel Philip Hubbard OBE, Deputy Chief Executive, Reserve Forces and Cadets Association for Wales
Evidence given by Rt Hon Elfyn Llwyd MP
Evidence given by Hazel Hunt, and Kate Swinhoe, Campaigners, Welsh Warrior (The Richard Hunt Foundation)
Carl Sargeant AM, Minister for Local Government and Communities, Welsh Government, Naomi Alleyne, Director, Equalities and Social Justice, Welsh Local Government Association, Ms Alyson Francis, Community Safety Division, Welsh Government, Councillor Brendan Toomey, Leader of Merthyr County Borough Council and WLGA Spokesperson for Community Safety, Policing and Fire, Welsh Local Government Association, and Dr Sarah Watkins, Head of Mental Health and Vulnerable Groups Policy and Senior Medical Officer, Welsh Government
Evidence given by Rt Hon Mark Francois MP, Minister of State for Defence Personnel, Welfare and Veterans, Ministry of Defence, and Rear-Admiral Simon Williams, Assistant Chief of Defence Staff (Personnel and Training)