Afghan interpreters: Former officers deliver petition to Number 10
Former Army officers have delivered a 27,500-signature petition to Downing Street demanding the option of UK resettlement for all Afghan interpreters who aided British forces.
The UK has offered some interpreters the right to live in the country. The petition calls for the same treatment for all former interpreters.
- BBC: Afghan interpreters petition delivered to Cameron
- ITV: Greater help needed for Afghan interpreters
- Sky News: Afghan Interpreters Petition Handed To No 10
- House of Lords ministerial answer 13 Jun 2013: Afghanistan: Interpreters
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