Libyan cadet in Bassingbourn claims 'poor treatment'
A Libyan soldier has spoken to BBC News from the Cambridgeshire barracks at the centre of Britain's controversial training mission for the Libyan army.
About 300 cadets are being sent home early from Bassingbourn Barracks after allegations of sex attacks.
The Ministry of Defence confirmed some recruits left the UK earlier and the others will go in the "coming days".
The BBC's special correspondent Lucy Manning reports.
05 Nov 2014