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On Parade, co-host Johno went on GB News to discuss Veteran suicide and mental health. Could we do more?

Eddie Conway is making a name for himself “in Civvy Street”. Discharged from the army on medical grounds, his physical wounds are healing, but he still suffers the nightmares of combat.

Inevitably he comes across other de-mobbed members of his old “Mob,” who are suffering from war wounds, both mental and physical. They are the ‘Falling Soldiers,’ struggling with addictions, homelessness and suicidal impulses.
These war-damaged veterans begin to look to Eddie, their former sergeant, for leadership, but Eddie has got involved in a bit of bother on the mean streets of inner London. Can Eddie keep them safe; can they adapt and survive in a Civvy St they don’t understand?

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NHS mental health service launched for veterans

NHS England commissioned On Parade to make two films supporting the launch of a new London and South East Veterans’ Mental Health (HIS) High Intensity Service. One of their episodes got featured on Forces TV on the SKY TV platform.        

Member of parliament, the rt hon lyn brown mp, challenges the British government.

PTSD, Homelessness, Imprisonment and Suicide: Member of Parliament, The Rt Hon Lyn Brown MP, challenged the British Government after watching one of our On Parade episodes featuring one of her East London constituents.

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