http://www.telegraph.co.uk/opinion/main.jh...6/03/do0307.xml He served for the UK through the Ghurkas throughout the Second World War, he sacrificed everything in the fight against tyranny and oppression, he saved numerous lives with scant disregard to his own personal safety and he more than earnt a Victoria Cross two times over in service of the crown. And now, when he meekly and politely asks for permission to stay in the UK, what does our illustrious government do? Slap away his hand of friendship and throw it all back in his face: DENIED! It really makes me angry and ashamed that we let in all and sundry to preach hate and destablise our nation, while those who actually deserve leave to stay, those who actually want to make a difference and contribute to the most illustrious nation on gods earth, those who want to work and those who simply want the nation for whom they fought for to care for them, are shown the exit and given a boot up the behind. This man, as with the rest of the Ghurkhas, is a hero. He shouldn't have to ask, we should send for him from Nepal, welcome him at Heathrow and carry him on our shoulders and give him all that he needs. Instead, he has to survive in a tin shack on Â£132 (Two hundred trillion Aussie dollars) a month. Disgusting.