The Government has announced £2.26m funding for a project in Wales to help armed services veterans adjust to civilian life.
The cash comes from a £40m fund taken from fines on financial institutions involved in the Libor rate-fixing scandal.
It means the First Choice Housing Association's accommodation scheme will be able to help former service personnel who want to settle in Wales and the borders.
The Prime Minister said in a statement: "This Libor funding will help veterans in Wrexham, Ceredigion and Flintshire to make the transition into civilian life, providing assistance as they find new jobs and homes."
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