Award-winning reporter Emily Dugan's Finding Home follows the
tumultuous lives of a group of immigrants, all facing intense
challenges in their quest to live in the UK. Syrian refugee Emad
set up the Free Syrian League and worked illegally in the UK to pay
for his mother to be smuggled across the Mediterranean on a
perilous trip from Turkey. Even if she survives the journey, Emad
knows it will be an uphill struggle to get her into Britain.
Australian therapist Harley risks deportation despite serving the
NHS for ten years and being told by the Home Office she could stay.
Teaching assistant Klaudia is one of thousands of Polish people now
living in Boston, Lincolnshire - a microcosm of poorly managed
migration. Aderonke, a leading Manchester LGBT activist, lives in a
tiny B&B room in Salford with her girlfriend, Happiness, and
faces deportation and persecution. Dugan's timely and acutely
observed book reveals the intense personal dramas of ordinary men
and women as they struggle to find somewhere to call home. It shows
that migration is not about numbers, votes or opinions: it is about
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