‘Truss blatantly reneged on a deal to free my hostage father’
Morad Tahbaz remained locked up when two British-Iranians were freed by Tehran last week. He’s become a political pawn, his daughter tells Mario Ledwith.
Yet days after their hopes had been raised, Morad Tahbaz had returned to “withering away” in a bleak Iranian prison cell having been caught up in what his relatives call “political chess”.
The daughter of the British-born businessman and conservationist has accused the British government of abandoning her father, 66.