David Behrens: I’m left stumped by callous officials’ treatment of cricket star Collis King

IF you follow cricket, you won’t need me to tell you who Collis King is. Not unless you work for the Home Office.
Mr King, a resident of York, was the pivotal figure for the West Indies at Lord’s in the 1979 World Cup final against England. He should be at home in York now, with his British wife, Beverley, turning out this afternoon for Dunnington in the local senior league and coaching the city’s children in the finer points of the game.
Instead, he is in Barbados, being put up by friends. He has been there for three months and there is no immediate possibility of his return home. And all... read more

 
21 July 2018 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 51
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