Ex soldier Bale Baleiwai sends his medals to Prince Charles after deportation fight leaves family facing financial ruin

Former soldier sends his medals to Prince Charles after fight to stay in the UK leaves his family facing financial ruinBale Baleiwai served in the Army for 12 yearsThe Fijian was refused UK citizenship after he quit the ForcesHis family face ruin after a successful six month fight to stay in the UKHe has returned four medals to the Prince of Wales in disgust By Steve Nolan PUBLISHED: 09:07 GMT, 24 January 2013 | UPDATED: 20:43 GMT, 24 January 2013 A Fijian soldier who spent 13 years in the Army has sent his four medals to the Prince of Wales after a fight against deportation from the UK left him facing bankruptcy. Bale Baleiwai, 32, sent the medals to Prince Charles with a letter saying that they had lost their meaning because of the treatment received by him and his British wife and children.