OUTRAGE AT THE BETRAYAL OF OUR LOYAL AFGHAN INTERPRETERS

Ministers have 'dismally failed' to protect loyal Afghan interpreters who served alongside UK troops from the Taliban. An inquiry concluded that exposed interpreters should be given a new life.

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