BRITISH border officials, who refused a young boy a visa to
visit London in order to see his uncle compete in the 2012
Paralympics later this month (News, 3 August), have
rescinded their decision.
Earlier this summer, the UK Border Agency (UKBA) refused
nine-year-old Daniel Munro permission to travel from his home in
Vietnam with his mother, Anne, to see her brother John compete in
the sitting volleyball team. UKBA officials at the embassy in
Thailand said that they believed Daniel ...
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