: Saddam Hussein’s wife and two daughters are reportedly ready to move to England:
Raghad and Rana Hussein plan to apply for asylum in Leeds, close to a cousin of their father, it is claimed.
The news comes as a separate report revealed Saddam’s wife, Sajida, also plans to seek asylum in Britain. However a spokesman for the Home Office said any members of Saddam’s family found to be guilty of human rights abuses would not be allowed in.
Izzi-Din Mohammed Hassan al-Majid, a cousin of the former Iraqi dictator, claimed last night that the sisters and their 10 children, were making final arrangements to head to Britain from Iraq….
The mother, who split from Saddam in the 1980s and is also the mother of infamous sons Uday and Qusay, is believed to be in hiding in northern Iraq along with her daughters, the newspaper said.
: Meanwhile, Saddam himself is also coming to Britain:
A statue of Saddam Hussein has been erected in Somerset.
The nine-foot monument was taken from Iraq by Royal Marines.
They transported it from Al Faw near Basra to their camp near Taunton…