The Ministry of Defence is dismissing claims that more veterans have taken their own lives after the 1982 Falklands war than died in the conflict itself.
It comes as a Ministry of Defence study, out today, says more than 3 quarters of veterans' deaths were disease-related. It says there were fewer than expected deaths amongst veterans than in the UK general population.
Welsh veterans of the Falklands conflict have rejected the findings, saying there is still a long way to go in terms of support available.
Robert Nicholls is from the South Atlantic Medal Association, a group which supports war veterans, which is made up of Falklands veterans: