Susanna Quizzes Afghan Resettlement Minister On Taliban’s ‘Safe Passage’ | Good Morning Britain

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Susanna Reid Quizzes Afghan Resettlement Minister On Taliban’s ‘safe passage’ Victoria Atkins says talks between senior figures in the Taliban & Britain is ‘a step we must take.’

The Minister says there are a ‘few hundred British nationals left in Afghanistan’.

Broadcast on 01/09/21

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