Boris Johnson in trouble again: fresh riots over animal evacuations from Afghanistan

Sky News is now aware of new emails from the Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee. The commission is investigating how London handled the Afghan crisis last summer.

On August 25, an official emailed the service responsible for evacuating “special cases” from Afghanistan. It requires that a particular animal charity be able to evacuate its staff and animals. The mail refers to the eviction that a similar organization, Nawzad, obtained for individuals and animals, from the Prime Minister.

In August, Johnson said he had not used his influence to secure Nawzad’s evacuation. In December, after the whistleblower announced the wrongdoing, he called his comments “utter nonsense.”

It now appears that quotes from this email back up the whistleblower’s statements from December. She said the State Department had received an “order from the prime minister” to use “significant resources” to help the Nawzads leave the country. “It remains the case that the Prime Minister has not ordered officials to take any specific action,” a spokesman for the Prime Minister said in response.

Labor wants Johnson to explain this to Parliament. “Once again the prime minister has been caught lying about what he is doing and deciding,” said John Healy, who succeeded the SPD defense party. “He shouldn’t have prioritized evacuating the animals while leaving behind the Afghans who worked for our defense.”

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