Dr Hugh Milroy, CEO of the national charity Veterans Aid, reflects on the suggestion that veterans’ problems should not be dealt with by mainstream agencies.
CEO of Veteran's Aid Dr Hugh Milroy writes that he is delighted to see the appointment of a dedicated Minister after years of urging Governments to support UK veterans.
CEO Veterans Aid Dr Hugh Milroy responds to Paul Sweeney MP’s call for equal citizenship rights for ‘second-class Commonwealth soldiers’
This is a bold and interesting move and although I applaud the intent I have concerns about its application, says Dr. Hugh Milroy, CEO Veterans Aid.
Veterans Aid have responded to Defence Minister Tobias Ellwood who is reported as saying he fears employers could be put off hiring veterans over concerns they are ‘doolally’.
It is vital that we must not assign all the ills of veterans’ lives to the military - whatever happened to personal responsibility? Says Hugh Milroy, CEO, Veterans Aid.
Local Housing Allowance, for some, is what keeps them from the streets – the streets that charities like Veterans Aid are trying to ‘rescue’ them from, says Dr Hugh Milroy, CEO Veterans Aid.
Dr Hugh Milroy, Chief Executive of Veterans Aid responds to the Government's announcement on social housing.
Prevention of rough sleeping is better than cure, but consensus on how this should best be achieved, and a willingness on the part of all parties to embrace change and eschew traditional (and territorial!) approaches, is vital, says Dr Hugh Milroy, Chief Executive, Veterans Aid.
Responding Julian Lewis MP's article on the recent Defence Committee report into veterans mental health, Hugh Milroy CEO of Veterans Aid responds.
Dr Hugh Milroy, Chief Executive of Veterans Aid responds to the Defence Committee's report released today.
Dr. Milroy and Canada’s Veterans Ombudsman Guy Parent met first when the former briefed members of Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC) and spoke at the country’s first Conference of the Canadian Institute for Military and Veterans Health Research (CIMVHR) in Kingston, Ontario. When Parent attended 9ICOAF (9th International Conference of Ombuds Institutions for the Armed Forces) in London recently the two men had much to talk about.
CEO of Veterans Aid Dr. Hugh Milroy responds to the announcement that Communities Secretary Sajid Javid is "particularly interested" in the Housing First programme.