Londoners petition government to bring home imprisoned family members in Iran

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Londoners petition government to bring home imprisoned family members in Iran

Families of prisoners detained in Iran have delivered a petition with 72,000 signatures to Downing Street and the Foreign Office. 

The cases include Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe from Hampstead who was sentenced to five years on secret charges and is being held in a high security prision in Iran. 

Campaigners are urging the Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson to intervene.

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