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The British Army has lifted the ban on beards for hundreds of years

British King Charles signed the decree allowing British army officers and soldiers to have beards.
Dawn Staff reporter
London: The British Army has removed the ban on keeping beards imposed on its officers for hundreds of years. British King Charles signed the decree allowing British army officers and soldiers to have beards. King Charles is also the Commander-in-Chief of the British Forces. After 100 years in the British Army, a ban has now been lifted, due to which many soldiers will be able to breathe Sikh.
British soldiers and officers will now be able to keep their beards regularly and even grow them, ending a ban that has been in place in the British Army for more than 100 years.
Chief of the British Army, General Sir Patrick Sanders, decided to change the appearance of the army after a survey of serving and retired soldiers. Sir Patrick says the change will take effect immediately. The decision comes as British Defense Secretary Grant Shoppes described the beard ban as “ridiculous” while discussing the army’s recruitment crisis. was given
The British Royal Navy and Air Force have lifted the ban before the British Army.

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