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The Refugee Tales
Walking and sharing tales until UK indefinite immigration detention ends.
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Daniel Trilling Jan 12
Reason given by the Home Office for denying asylum to a teenage boy who was trafficked from Vietnam at the age of 10 and kept as a slave on a cannabis farm in England.
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Simon Prosser Jan 18
'Freedom is never free. Anyone who has struggled to be free knows how much it costs' -- DEBORAH LEVY, The Cost of Living, coming April '18. (Cover pic: Godard)
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Replying to @byronic
You can book a weekend ticket for 6/7/8 July or a day ticket for any day - hope to see you 👣👣
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Launch TOMORROW! The wait for the new route news is nearly over. Booking open to general public on Monday. Watch Twitter tomorrow to discover our walk route in July... 👣
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DuncanLewisPublicLaw 17h
'In my opinion detention centres are so damaging to health that there is no justification for them, and they should all be shut' Well said Kris Harris of ! At discussion
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Liberty Jan 17
The reality of life in immigration detention: "The cell has a toilet, which has no seat, no lid and no screen. Having no screen means I can see my room mates on the toilet, and they can see me." are challenging these inhumane conditions:
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Suffragette Cities 19h
Glasgow Women’s Library are lovely both on twitter and in person and you should follow them/visit if you too want to wish you could spend all of your time there.
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ACNI Writing Jan 15
Aaaaarrrrgghh! Deadline for this fantastic opportunity is this Friday, 19 Jan! Get in!
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Comma Press Jan 18
We love when you tag us in your photos on Instagram - please inundate us with photos of our books out in the wild and let us know what you enjoyed about them! Thanks to learnthisphrase for sharing this one of 's
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Ian Anstice Jan 17
Currently in Manchester Central Library, it's 6.30pm, dark, wet and cold outside. Inside, the place is full of people studying and talking. And they're from all cultures and of all ages. One by me is actually singing. And none of them need to pay a penny to be here.
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Great Get Together Jan 18
Get the gingham ready! We are pleased to announce the dates for The Great Get Together 2018. 🎈🎈🎈 This year we're starting our celebrations of all we have in common on Jo's birthday. Sign up for all you need to bring your community together this Summer
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Dan Godshaw Jan 17
"As someone who grew up in the UK and got into trouble, I didn’t understand that I would be treated differently to my friends who had citizenship. I got sent to immigration detention where I spent most of my youth" Ridy Wasolua in themed week
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Glasgow Women’s Library Jan 17
If each of our followers recommended us to one friend then we would have... 25,550 followers. Can we do this in 1 day? Wouldn't that be magical? Twitter, do your thing! 🙌💫
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rachel shabi Jan 17
My piece on the new cross-party immigration report: it preaches honesty but shirks the truth about the UK's punitive migration controls
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Jonathan Bartley Jan 17
Govt must fulfil its promise under the Dubs scheme to take in unaccompanied child refugees. May must also insist on an end to French police brutality against refugees as well as safe and dignified accommodation for refugees to survive the freezing French winter.
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Ledbury Poetry Fest Jan 17
Other events include a partnership with , Paul Henry's with Brian Briggs, plus events showcasing brilliant new writing from the Ledbury Forte Poetry Prize shortlist & the Ledbury Emerging Poetry Critics....
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The Refugee Tales Jan 17
This time in 3 DAYS booking will be open for our walk in July. If you'd like to demonstrate solidarity and call for indefinite immigration detention to end come walk with us. The route? You'll have to wait til Saturday for that!
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Mary Bosworth Jan 16
'England seemed so close': refugee, 15, crushed to death by Calais lorry
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Charles Cuthbert Jan 16
A Red Deer hind and her calf pausing peacefully in late afternoon sunshine on the edge of the marsh today
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Channel 4 News Jan 15
“I can wake up without having to be afraid that somebody’s going to attack me.” This is the UK’s first safe house exclusively for LGBT asylum seekers.
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