Save Combat Stress

Tommy RobinsonShillman Fellow

Gus Hale has served our country loyally for his whole life.

He was a Royal Engineer Paratrooper in the Falklands. He served in North Ireland. He was prepared to give his life for our country.

But now Gus sits outside a clinic for post-traumatic stress disorder, that was shut down by our government for “funding” reasons. 

No-one will help him or the countless other veterans who were suddenly kicked out of the clinic, called Combat Stress. He has nowhere to turn.

So he is now on a hunger strike — and I’m worried it might actually kill him. 

The Argentine military couldn’t kill Gus. Neither could IRA terrorists. But our own government’s funding cuts might.

What a national shame.

Please sign our petition to the Ministry of Defence, insisting they restore funding to this PTSD clinic called “Combat Stress."

This weekend is Remembrance Sunday. Please do more than just wear a poppy and observe two minutes of silence. Come out to our remembrance march to honour Gus and his protest — and sign our petition.


WHERE: Audley Court, Audley Avenue, Newport TF10 7BP

WHEN: 8:00 a.m. on Sunday, November 11, 2018

WHAT: Remembrance march that is parading past Gus in honour of his protest. 

*This is a joint project between The Rebel and Tommy Robinson 

Sign the petition!

The British Ministry of Defence must fully fund the PTSD centre called "Combat Stress”.

Will you sign?