Former soldiers in Wales who have lost limbs in action say they are being denied the same level of care as injured servicemen and women in England.
One Afghan veteran who lost his lower leg in a bomb attack has told ITV News that he's still waiting after six months for a prosthetic limb that fits.
Ian lang reports from Flintshire.
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