'They think I'll be on the sick all of the time'
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'They think I'll be on the sick all of the time'

A former soldier believes he is being discriminated against by employers because he suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder.

Anthony Lock, 37, a former corporal in the Royal Welsh, was injured in two blasts in Afghanistan and became the first British soldier to be operated on board a helicopter over the country.

Mr Lock from Newport, is unemployed despite a citation for "exemplary leadership and bravery" and submitting "hundreds" of job applications.

  • 03 Jul 2019
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