BRITISH troops have been pictured on the UK's final evacuation flight for Afghan nationals from Kabul - leaving more than 1,000 trapped with the Taliban.
Dozens of soldiers were seen packed onto the last flight taking people from Afghanistan back to the UK.
The Ministry of Defence confirmed this afternoon that the last flight exclusively for taking people out of the stricken country and into Britain has gone.
It comes as experts warn another devastating terror attack is "likely".
General Sir Nick Carter, head of the UK armed forces, earlier told BBC Radio 4's Today programme that the final flights were on the way out.
"We're reaching the end of the evacuation, which will take place during the course of today, and then of course it'll be necessary to bring our troops out on the remaining aircraft," he said.
"It's gone as well as it could do in the circumstances."
Many British troops have already landed back home, with pictures showing soldiers in uniform pouring from military planes in RAF Brize Norton today.
Tragically, experts say there is more horror yet to come for the people of Afghanistan.
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