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What Do Ex-Spies Think Of The 'Snooper's Charter'?

Think the government cares about your browsing? Who do you think you are?
Charlie Gilmour
11.12.15
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Should I Be Scared of the Snoopers' Charter?

Web companies could have to store your internet browsing for a year.
Nicole Kobie
11.9.15
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The Plight of Immigrant Offenders Kicked Out of the UK Before They Can Appeal

"Deport first, appeal later" legislation means immigrants who commit minor crimes can only appeal after they've already been removed and, in many cases, left destitute.
Philip Kleinfeld
7.14.15
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A Look Inside the British Government's Legal Highs Lab

We spent a day at ground zero for the new front in the UK's war on drugs.
Rob McCallum
6.10.15
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If the British Government Want to End FGM, Why Are They About to Return a 'Cutter' Back to the Gambia?

Gambian refugee Maimuna Jawo applied for UK asylum to campaign for the rights of both FGM survivors and future victims, but she feels like the British government have treated her like a criminal.
Charlotte England
6.1.15
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This Is How Your Vote Could Affect the Legalisation of Weed in the UK

We went to the 4/20 celebrations in Hyde Park, spoke to campaigners and scoured manifestos to work out the latest on cannabis decriminalisation.
Nick Chowdrey, Photos: Jake Lewis
4.20.15
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The UK Asylum System Is Officially Terrible

As a Parliamentary inquiry laid into the unlimited detention of migrants, we spoke to a Nigerian who the Home Office refuses to believe is a lesbian because she has children.
Ben Gelblum
3.4.15
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What Is Happening to Former Jihadists When They Return to Britain?

​The mother of a returned British jihadist who fought for the Islamic State warns that other former jihadists in Britain are "walking time bombs" because of the lack of government support.
Ryan Fletcher
1.20.15
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Slaves in the UK Are Being Failed by the UK's Modern Slavery Bill

I spoke to the director of Anti-Slavery International about how the bill - which is being debated in parliament today - could be improved.
Tom Breakwell
11.4.14
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Protesters Want the Home Office to Stop Detaining Innocent People

It's not illegal to seek asylum.
Chris Giles
8.11.14
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On Patrol with Brixton's Black Revs: The Radicals Fighting for the UK's Illegal Immigrants

The radical group are on a mission to keep illegal immigrants in the UK.
Simon Childs
6.6.14
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Britain Might Deport a Bahraini Dissident to a Country that Hates Him

Even though that would mean five years of jail and possible torture for protesting.
John Lubbock
5.23.14