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That this House, following on from the Adjournment Debate in December 2012 on Ex-service personnel (Psychological Welfare), notes with concern that more British soldiers and veterans took their own lives in 2012 than died fighting in Afghanistan; expresses concern at these figures; highlights the enormity of the task in terms of tackling all issues relating to soldier and veteran welfare; further notes the general lack of understanding amongst the public of post-traumatic stress disorder and the psychological welfare issues of service personnel; welcomes the efforts of the Panorama programme in highlighting the issue more widely; and calls on the Government to undertaken a more thorough investigation into the extent of the problem and hold a further debate in Government time on the floor of the House.
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