EasyJet told baffled Scottish mother: 'Visit your Embassy in London if you want to fly home'

  The Scotsman 

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Easyjet told a Scottish mother and daughter stranded in London after having their belongings stolen that they needed to “visit their embassy” if they wanted to fly home to Scotland.
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