Theresa May booed and heckled on Liverpool visit

Theresa May booed and heckled on Liverpool visit

Theresa May booed and heckled on Liverpool visit

Hampshire County Council has received the money from the Armed Forces Covenant Fund that will help support military families and their children along with training and support for council staff.

"It's wonderful that we have a day that recognises the hard work and bravery of the forces community but of course we need to be supporting them year round and the Government must ensure that our Armed Forces are getting a good deal on pay, welfare, housing and services".

"The event is a chance to show support for the men and women who make up the armed forces community - from now serving troops to service families, veterans and cadets".

Six Year old Luca Gordon from Edinburgh with ex-service personnel from Legion Scotland after they marched down the Royal Mile during the ninth annual Armed Forces Day in Edinburgh.

"Armed Forces Day is an important day to support our Forces, from serving personnel to veterans and their families, and recognise the important contribution these men and women make to defend our country".

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He said he was pleaded with the turnout in the city. "A special private reception for our veterans will be held in the City Chambers as the city's thank you".

Jenny Chapman has joined the town's Veterans Champion, Cllr Veronica Copeland, in calling for more help and support for those who serve in the armed forces.

Prime Minister Theresa May and Defence Secretary Michael Fallon both marked the day by taking part in the celebrations in Liverpool.

Also speaking at the national event in Liverpool, British Defense Minister Michael Fallon added that the work of servicemen and women overseas "keeps us safer here at home".

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