British interpreter Daniel James found guilty of spying for Iran – The Times

Posted November 5th, 2008 in armed forces, interpreters, news, spying by sally

“A salsa dancing Army interpreter who worked for Britain’s top general in Afghanistan was today found guilty of spying for Iran.”

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The Times, 5th November 2008

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No softening of asylum rules for the Iraqis who risked their lives – The Times

Posted September 11th, 2008 in asylum, interpreters, Iraq, news by sally

“Lawyers acting for Iraqi interpreters who risked their lives working for the British military in Iraq failed yesterday to ease the tight conditions that must be met for them to be resettled in Britain.”

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The Times, 11th September 2008

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‘Betrayed’ Iraqi staff in test case over UK’s refusal to offer asylum – The Independent

Posted April 14th, 2008 in asylum, interpreters, Iraq, news by sally

“Iraqi interpreters, clerical staff and labourers who face death threats and persecution after risking their lives working for British forces are challenging the Government’s refusal to grant them sanctuary in the UK.”

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The Independent, 14th April 2008

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