Visits to the East Midlands by children from Belarus may come under threat because of government plans to charge for their travel visas.
Trips to the UK are organised every year for thousands of children still badly affected by the Chernobyl nuclear disaster of 1986. But one of the charities involved says the visa charge could force them to bring fewer children in the future. John Willats reports.
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