Amputee war heroes left waiting for new bionic limbs amid a row about costs

Amputee war vets must wait even longer for bionic legs as bean counters row over costs, The Sunday People can reveal.

The 27 heroes appallingly injured in Afghanistan and Iraq are due to have life-changing operations.

They are part of a £2million Government trial which is held up as the NHS and the Ministry of Defence squabble over surgery prices.

The MoD has already postponed the scheme, being paid for by Libor banking scandal fines, three times.

Afghanistan veteran amputee Clive Smith from Hazel Slade, Cannock, Staffordshire
Afghanistan veteran amputee Clive Smith

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