By David Fleming

A D-DAY hero suffering with cancer has been evicted from his bungalow in Ferndown, Dorset and made homeless. Former Paratrooper Alfred Guenigault, 98, lived for seven years in the rented property with his carer daughter and son-in-law, but the family is now staying in a hostel with limited facilities,  having been served with a “no fault” eviction notice. The local council has said it could be eight months before they can rehouse the family.

Alfred who was one of the first Allied Troops to land in Normandy on June 6th, 1944 feels that his Second World War medals, including the Legion d’honneur, France’s highest gallantry award have rendered him feeling worthless.

Contrast this with the first 46 undeserving immigrants, recently arrived from France at the new centre in Essex made to feel at worth with a room, access to a gym, bus travel, their own health centre with GPs and free meals, which is more than Alfred is getting.

If this is ‘Equality’, would some left leaning birdbrain at the Home Office explain how?

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