Published on 7 Dec 2017 Sections

Former army interpreter released on bail while fighting for right to remain in the UK

Senior Home Affairs Correspondent

An Afghan man who worked as an interpreter for the British army in Afghanistan has been released on bail while he contests his leave to remain in the UK.

Hafizzulah Husseinkhel suffered serious injuries during four years working for US and British forces. His lawyer will now make a new claim for him to be allowed to stay in the UK.

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