Well done to the judge in the retired Gurkha's test case. He said that the country had a "moral debt of honour" to be repaid, and allowed the 5 ex-servicemen, and one widow to stay in the UK. According to the BBC News site, there are some 2,000 former Gurkhas who may be affected by the decision. Hopefully without the cost of High Court action against the government - who's Home Secretary said "I have always been clear that where there is a compelling case, soldiers and their families should be considered for settlement".
I love seeing politicians being magnanimous after the legal system finds against them.
Garb of Old Gaul (Bagpipe Music Writer for Windows)