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Iraqi Interpreters - Government is “wriggling out” of its promise

Britain's breach of honour over Iraq interpreters - Times Online
More than half the Iraqi interpreters who applied to come to live in Britain have had their applications rejected, drawing accusations that the Government is “wriggling out” of its promise to help former Iraqi employees.

The Times has learnt that 125 of the 200 interpreters who took up the offer to resettle in Britain have failed to meet the strict criteria laid down for eligibility.

The revelation challenges Gordon Brown’s pledge in August that the Government would fulfil its “duty of care” to those who had served with British troops.

Utter utter shits - and as a commentator on the The Times says :"And yet, Britain actively seeks the return of those 4 inmates at Guantanamo Bay....."


Perfidious Albion.

Or maybe Vitreous China.

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