British servicemen and women who lose their legs on the battlefield of Iraq or Afghanistan will be offered state-of-the-art bionic legs to improve their lives.
The new technology, which will cost £6.5million, represents a dramatic improvement on current prosthetics.
ITV News’ Martha Fairlie reports:
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