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Almost half the British Army regularly considers quitting, a new survey reveals.
The first survey of attitudes across the Army, Navy and RAF revealed alarming concerns over morale, equipment and pay.
The Ministry of Defence research, which involved more than 24,000 military personnel, found 47 per cent of soldiers and army officers periodically considered handing in their resignation.
The proportion was the same among Royal Navy personnel, while the figure was 37 per cent in the Royal Marines and 44 per cent in the RAF.