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Britons trapped in Sudan say relatives were not allowed on flights

Foreign Office accused of creating ‘confusion’ during evacuation, with some struggling to get visas or prove citizenship

British people trapped in Sudan have described being forced to make impossible choices about whether to fly home without family members the UK government will not allow on flights.

Suleiman, a British national who asked to withhold his family name, said a British official had called him to say he could be evacuated with his two children only if he left his pregnant wife behind. His children are also British nationals, and their mother is a Sudanese citizen.

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