Shamima Begum’s Plea For Second Chance Sparks Debate About ‘Risks’ Of Her Return To The UK | GMB

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In a Sky documentary, In The Return: Life After Isis, Shamima Begum asked the UK for a ‘second chance’ and for Brits to keep an ‘open mind’ when they think of the stories they’ve heard about her.

Broadcast on 16/06/21

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