On November 29, 2012, British opposition Labor Party member Kris Bryant poses for a photographer with a copy of the Lebeson report on news ethics in central London. (JustinTallis / AFP via Getty Images)
A former British minister told the British Parliament on Monday that one of the Afghans he was trying to help was shot dead, another was raped and a third was tortured.
Opposition Labor Party Chris Bryant told Commons that he had raised 143 Afghans in connection with the constituencies with Foreign Minister Dominic Raab, Interior Minister Priti Patel and Defense Minister Ben Wallace.
He urged the government to be alone to deal with all the cases filed in Afghanistan, adding: So people are desperate to get the best results for these people. “