The British jailed UAE espionage thanked his wife, Daniela Tejada, for her "courage and strength".
Matthew Hiddigues, at the age of 31, arrived at the Heathrow airport tomorrow asking for a presidential pardon for the UAE.
"I was not able to get there without Daniel, and he knew that here and there he was moving, brave and strong, and the best thing that happened to me was that I once again saw my family and family."
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Hedgees, who was arrested at the Dubai airport in May, said that he was part of the Dharam University research doctoral program in the Basque security strategy.
But the spokesman for the UAE government said Heidegiz had "100 percent secret intelligence agent".
The British authorities thanked the UAE government for more than 700 inmates, including Hedgees, in the amnesty week, next month by the US President Sheikh Khalifa of the U.S. United Arab Emirates.
Amnesty was announced by the authorities after the Republicans presented a videotape researcher with Hedgees saying he was a British intelligence service British.
The British foreign secretary has "thanked" the UAE, and London is a strategic ally in the Middle East.
"I'm very happy about Matthew's return and understand what we need for some time," said Hiddgis's wife on Tuesday.
"Nobody would have to go through what we needed," he said, "to find out if we need some time for her husband."