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British soldiers under attack from bad health.   Share:  
Thrust of argument: Joe Glenton writes 'Experts warn the 'floodgates' of post-traumatic stress are about to open, as Britain's top armed forces charity claims mental health issues among military personnel have risen 26 percent over the last year'. Direction of resistance / implied resistance: Glenton explains 'Some 2,264 personnel have requested treatment with three-quarters said to be suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) - an average of six veterans per day over the last 12 months.'


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Removal of resistance: So on average every four hours, day and night, for the last year a British soldier has made a medical complaint about this. Unification: Today, in other words, from midnight to midnight, six more people will have come along and said to doctors that the government has harmed them as a result of their serving their country, as the expression goes.
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