IT IS difficult to keep a family together when you are in Britain and your wife and kids are stuck in Fiji.
That, however, is how the British Government wants Dennis Culver to live. He cannot get even a tourist visa for his wife, Watti, to come to this country.
The official reason has all to do with money — bureaucrats complain he could not support her because he is unemployed.
Culver’s plight makes a mockery of Tory claims that they back “family values”.
He has spent four years trying to win permission for Watti to come here — and failed at every attempt.
IRONICALLY, their two children, aged 11 and five, have been granted British passports and could be living with Culver right now. But Watti is barred — and Dennis suspects the fact she is black is secretly a factor.