HES put his life on the line for his country time and time again. But war veteran Mark Hampson is facing homelessness. He and his family will lose their forces house in Emsworth on September 26 and they have nowhere to go. This is despite an assurance made by Prime Minister David Cameron, who vowed to give our heroes the support they need after leaving the forces. Mr Hampson, of Sabre Way, served in the Royal Artillery for 23 years and toured Iraq and Afghanistan. He also survived a battle with cancer. The 41-year-old, his wife Janet, 52, and children, Brody, 18, and Callum, 16, have been told to leave their home of 18 years by the MoD a year after he was discharged from the armed forces. He said: Its a bit of a shock that its happened so quickly. The stress of it is a bit worrying we dont know where to turn. After 23 years of service, veteran faces losing home - Defence - Portsmouth News He's had a year and it's a shock it's happened so quickly. Obviously because after serving 23 years he didn't know he couldn't remain in quarters after discharge. Seriously is it me or am I just being non PC and non fluffy in thinking WTF?