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Emily Dugan
Senior Reporter . Former journalist. Author of Finding Home: Real Stories of Migrant Britain
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Jane Bradley Apr 20
This is *such* a brilliant idea. Any journalists lucky/wealthy enough to have a spare room, sign up!
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Stuart Millar Apr 19
IMPACT! Facebook has now removed a group carrying explicit posts offering free rooms to young men in return for sex, following 's investigation yesterday
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Heidi Blake Apr 18
REVEALED: UK govt refused to assist a French investigation into suspected money laundering by telecoms giant Lycamobile – saying the company is the “biggest corporate donor to the Conservative party” & gives money to a trust founded by Prince Charles.
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Emily Dugan Apr 18
Candlelit vigil for justice outside the tonight. Pressure is mounting to reverse the legal aid cuts that have left rising numbers fighting their cases with no lawyer
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Emily Dugan Apr 18
Congrats Sara! Lucky Huffpost
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Jane Bradley Apr 18
Shocking revelations by with a new angle on a long-standing problem: how the housing crisis is trapping gay men into exchanging sex for a roof over their heads. On pages hosted by Facebook.
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Colin Yeo Apr 17
It took a perfect storm of events and persistent reporting by to get the Govt to act. The Home Office knew this was a problem years ago.
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Emily Dugan Apr 16
Brilliant news for BuzzFeed’s investigations team and so well-deserved 🏆
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Emily Dugan Apr 16
Replying to @emilydugan
To clarify, the story was published last July. Shortly after BuzzFeed News published it, the Home Office sorted out Cynsha Best’s situation. Now she has citizenship
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Emily Dugan Apr 16
It’s not just the who’re affected by the hostile environment. Even their grandchildren, who assumed generations of their family were British, have been told to leave
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Aisha S Gani Apr 13
Replying to @aishagani
Hey you know there’s another anniversary you should all know about? 4 May marks 40 years since the racist murder of Altab Ali, 25, a Bangladeshi textile worker who was stabbed in the neck in Whitechapel
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Leonard Cheshire Apr 12
The Home Office has kept disabled people in the dark about their rights to asylum in Britain for nearly three years, reports .
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Satbir Singh 🎈 Apr 11
Nancy told she was too ill to fly. They said she was lying. She died 5 days later. They kept her passport so she couldn't be buried. Then they texted to say she'll be in trouble if she misses her appointment. This is Britain in 2018.
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Paul Kingsley Clark Apr 11
For the avoidance of doubt, the Home Office is PROLIFIC when it comes to updating policy when an opportunity appears to reduce immigration and asylum claims, or the rights of those making them. More excellent reporting here from
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Migrant Voice Apr 11
“I just don’t want to go back. I feel like I’m going to lose everything. I’m going to die and I’m really scared.” with comments from MV friends (kudos good reporting!)
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Lucy Wilson Apr 11
“The situation has left disabled people vulnerable to deportation to countries where they're persecuted without even realising they're eligible for sanctuary in Britain.”
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Emily Dugan Apr 11
Secret lover of "assassinated" Russian whistleblower Perepilichnyy to testify at his inquest after she was tracked down by BuzzFeed News via
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Emily Dugan Apr 11
Exclusive: The Home Office has kept disabled people in the dark about their rights to asylum for almost three years
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Andrew Mazibrada Apr 10
“Where’s your client from?” “Brixton.” “No, I mean originally.” “Would you like to know what London hospital he was born in, sir?”
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Emily Dugan Apr 10
Replying to @emilydugan
Also hadn’t realised how much higher the chances of conviction are in mags vs crown
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