Jeremy Hunt must use all tools available to press sides into a resolution, says Keith Vaz

Jeremy Hunt made an unannounced but an entirely welcome visit to Aden last Sunday (Yemen ceasefire at risk with 20m close to starving, says Hunt, 4 March), the first by a senior British official since 85,000 children starved to death.

He is now a witness to the world’s worst humanitarian crisis. Three-quarters of the population – up to 22.2 million people – are in need of urgent humanitarian assistance; over 2 million have been displaced and 60,000 killed in the fighting.

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