Afghans who fled to the UK to escape the Taliban are so sick of staying in hotels that they are begging to be allowed back home
Afghan families who fled to Britain during the Taliban takeover of their country have asked to be sent back home.
Hundreds of refugees arrived in the UK as part of Operation Warm Welcome, the government's resettlement programme, as British and American troops completed their withdrawal.
While £400million in funding had been put forward for resettlement by September, Home Office officials admitted that some Afghans would have to be held in hotels for months.
Now though, almost two months on from the capture of Kabul, the refugees have said they are sick of waiting for a permanent home.