...and any other matters that take our fancy
Stand by for faux BBC outrage followed by a campaign to let her in. Opposed by 99% of the population.
Why does the BBC man feel the need to refer to her as 'ISIS bride'? It's one of those strange tags that the media just can't resist resorting to. The notion of bride to go with the squalid nature of what happens to girls or women in Syria is a bit off.
'BBC understands' has more translations than Eskimo snow.In this case it is probably 'we don't like it but have to mention it'.Wonder if Frank a bit more chipper to know they only took his legs?