Family of ‘Jihadi Jack’ says Boris Johnson has refused to help release their son who has serious mental health issues

The parents of Jack Letts, a Briton held by the Kurds in Syria, have accused the Foreign Office of being “completely obstructive” and doing nothing to help their son.

John Letts and Sally Lane, who live in Oxford, said the Foreign Office and the foreign secretary Boris Johnson have refused to do anything to get their son released from a prison in Rojava, northern Syria.

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