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The Royal British Legion's Manifesto 2017 highlights five key priorities that we believe the government should be focusing on to help support the Armed Forces community.
Following the election of Manchester’s first mayor we outlined key policy changes that would help support the Armed Forces community.
Our Wales Manifesto outlines key actions to improve the welfare of the Armed Forces community in Wales.
Visit Tribute Ink at the National Memorial Arboretum from 13 September until 1 December 2019. Free entry, donations appreciated.
Ahead of the 2015 General Election, we produced a manifesto outlining key actions we for the Government to improve the life of the Armed Forces community.
Compensation rules for veterans who develop Mesothelioma from working with asbestos during Service have been changed.
Remembrance takes many forms and means something different to everyone. It’s a deeply personal act, often recognising a range of sacrifices.
Our campaigns look to improve the lives of everyone in the Armed Forces community and make sure their voice is heard.
We are here to help members of the Royal Navy, British Army, Royal Air Force, veterans and their families. And we’re not going anywhere.
Our Public Affairs and Public Policy team work across strategic areas of importance to represent the interests of the Armed Forces community.
Thanks to incredible supporters like you, we can provide life-changing support for the Armed Forces community.
The Royal British Legion's 2019 Manifesto highlights five key priorities for the government to focus on to support Armed Forces community.
Our London Mayoral Manifesto 2021 highlights issues that we hope the next Mayor of London will address for the Armed Forces community.
Following a campaign by RBL and Poppyscotland, the Government will for the first time include a question on the Armed Forces in the next UK Census in 2021.
Our manifestos outline key actions we think government should take to improve services for those in the Armed Forces community.
Our best practice guides explore the challenges faced by the Armed Forces community and share examples of good practice from across England and Wales.