These people deserve our support

  Cymro. 11:33 04 May 2018

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Well they have risked life and limb as employs of UK military the least we can do is see to it they are taken care of now. I hope that some sympathy is also offered to their families. The home secretary said about 400 former Afghan interpreters had relocated to the UK as part of the government scheme. Mr Javid said: "The local Afghan interpreters worked in dangerous and challenging situations, regularly putting their lives at risk. "We have always been clear that they will be able to stay in the UK with their families and today I have announced that they will be able to do this for free." He added that the Home Office was "looking again at what can be done" to make it easier for the interpreters to bring their wives and children into the country.

  Forum Editor 12:41 04 May 2018

I agree, unreservedly, with your thread title.

  caccy 17:16 04 May 2018

Good.In total agreement.

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