Friday, 15 November 2013

A Fijian British soldier to be deported.

A Fijian soldier who fought for Britain in Afghanistan issued a desperate plea to David Cameron yesterday to halt what he said was an unfair plan to send him back to Fiji this weekend.
Filimone Lacanivalu, detained in an immigration centre for the past month, said that he felt betrayed because of the way he had been treated, despite risking his life during nine years of service in the British Army.
“It is confusing, sad and depressing,” the former private, 34, told The Times, speaking by phone from Harmondsworth immigration removal centre near Heathrow.

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Its strange how Britain opens its doors to any Tom Dick Or Ahmed. some of whom have no links with the UK and even bare us all ill will, but we deport a good man who was willing to lay down his life for the UK.