Exclusive: New research seen by BuzzFeed News shows that the number of people being turned away by family lawyers has risen fourfold since 2014.

Emily Dugan • 4 days ago

“Honestly, how many people when they find their soulmate ring up the utility companies saying, ‘Hello, Mr Water Company, I’ve got great news. I’m in a relationship!’”

Emily Dugan • 14 days ago

Five men were killed by a wall collapsing at Hawkeswood Metal plant in Birmingham. Their families were expected to represent themselves at the inquest despite not speaking any English.

Emily Dugan • 21 days ago

Exclusive: Internal emails seen by BuzzFeed News show officials in ministers’ private offices discussed legal aid applications with supposedly independent decision-makers before they were rejected.

Emily Dugan • One month ago

“I was gobsmacked. I couldn’t say any words. ... I’m still upset with the government, but I love Britain.”

Emily Dugan • One month ago

“Why can’t we have a human approach to immigration? Do British people not make small common mistakes?”

Emily Dugan • One month ago

Paul Ermitano, a “highly respected” cardiac physiologist who was recruited from the Philippines because of NHS staff shortages, and his wife, Jamila, a nurse, are facing deportation because they briefly accepted child benefit for their son.

Emily Dugan • One month ago

"There are still questions to answer about why and how the Ministry of Justice suppressed this document."

Emily Dugan • One month ago

Tapiwa Matukutire, who was living in the UK legally with his British wife and child when his home was raided, was pinned down and handcuffed while his toddler was left unattended.

Emily Dugan • One month ago

Amin Khoshkhoo, 20, did not get asylum with the rest of his family and has just two weeks left to take up a place to study medical sciences and pharmacology at Coventry University.

Emily Dugan • 2 months ago

Exclusive: The chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission told BuzzFeed News that Britain now faces a "two-tier" system with justice only for the rich.

Emily Dugan • 2 months ago

Exclusive: Lawyers say a new rapid-response process established by then home secretary Amber Rudd in 2017 to resolve high-profile cases creates a double standard.

Emily Dugan • 2 months ago

"It feels like my life has been handed back to me and I can start living again," said Valentina Hynes, who was initially told she should return to Nigeria and leave her 2-year-old son behind with her husband.

Emily Dugan • 2 months ago

Police said they are not looking for anyone else in connection with the crash, which they said "appears to be a deliberate act."

Hazel Shearing • 3 months ago

Valentina Hynes settled in the UK with her British husband Stephen after he suffered a heart attack during a trip home, but the Home Office says she should go back to Nigeria.

Emily Dugan • 3 months ago

Hajer Alwadaei was needlessly born without a nationality in London. BuzzFeed News has uncovered evidence of multiple failings in the Home Office's handling of stateless people like her.

Emily Dugan • 3 months ago

The comments from the president of the Supreme Court, Lady Hale, have been made public as a report from MPs says cuts to criminal justice risk undermining the rule of law.

Emily Dugan • 3 months ago

Dominique Elysee's family cannot return to the Chagos Islands and he was refused British citizenship, so he's bringing a test case in the High Court on Tuesday.

Emily Dugan • 4 months ago

"It might not force him to listen but at least our government will hear how we feel about it all.”

Emily Dugan • 4 months ago

Gunbook, a social network for gun lovers, changed its name to Shooters Network after receiving legal threats from Facebook's lawyers.

Emily Dugan • 4 months ago