Parents of 'Jihadi Jack' slam Foreign Office for failing to help British prisoner of war

The parents of Jack Letts - nicknamed Jihadi Jack - have slammed the Foreign Office for failing to help their son.

The couple say the Foreign and Commonwealth office is being "completely obstructive" as they bid to help the 21-year-old who is being held by Kurds in Syria who believe he is a member of ISIS.

Letts, who turns 22 on Tuesday, converted to Islam and travelled to Syria in 2014.

The former Oxford A-level student has previously told the BBC he is being...
source: Daily Record