We recently marked one year since the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan, a solemn opportunity for the UK to reflect on its continued responsibility to the people of Afghanistan, especially those who supported the British and allied efforts in the country over the past 20 years.
Tragically, the situation in Afghanistan has only worsened since the Taliban took control, with the economy in freefall, 24m people in dire need of humanitarian aid and a desperate situation for women and girls, who face restrictions on attending secondary school, entering the work force or even leaving the home without a male…
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