Veterans To Be 'Formally Recognised With Official ID Cards'

Britain's 2.5 million veterans are to be formally recognised with their own IDs to show they served in the armed forces.

Ex-military personnel will be issued with a new type of driving licence stamped with 'V'.

A separate card will be handed to those who do not drive, with the IDs expected to be rolled out from next year.

Speaking of Britain's former Royal Navy, Army and RAF servicemen and women, Prime Minister Theresa May said: "Those who have served deserve recognition for their sacrifice throughout their lives and we will continue to make sure that they get it."

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