A retired couple today reveal how they were tricked into supplying parts for Iran’s nuclear programme from their terrace home in Britain. All that pensioners Paul Attwater and Iris wanted was some extra cash to pay for a Crawley Town FC season ticket and a few holidays in the sun. But shocked Paul, 65, and Iris, 66, were hauled into court after being accused of helping a rogue state develop weapons of mass destruction. Far from being sophisticated arms dealers, the grandparents were selling nuts and bolts to an Iraqi-born businessman in Malaysia.
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