Defence secretary apologises after Afghan data breach

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Published on September 21, 2021 - Duration: 01:39s

Defence secretary apologises after Afghan data breach

Ben Wallace apologises to the House of Commons after an MOD official was suspended following a "significant" data breach relating to interpreters in Afghanistan hoping to come the UK.

The defence secretary tells MPs he "immediately directed investigations" take place after being left angered by the error.

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