Afghanistan: British animal charity founder says his charter flight was blocked by the MoD

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Pen Farthing, a former Royal Marine turned animal charity founder, has claimed that the Ministry of Defence blocked a charter flight he arranged to fly his 69 employees and 100 animals out of Kabul and back to the UK.

What is his response to the Defence Secretary’s statement that this wasn’t what happened?

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