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Emily Dugan is Social Affairs Editor at the Independent, i and the Independent on Sunday. Her investigations into human trafficking have twice been awarded Best Investigative Article at the Anti-Slavery Day Media Awards and her human rights journalism was shortlisted for the Gaby Rado Memorial prize at the 2012 Amnesty Media Awards. This is her first book.


`A timely and acutely observed book... it shows that migration is not about numbers, votes or opinions: it is about people.' * Carabas *
`The whole story [is] told in such a fluent and well observed way.' * Freedom of Movement *
`I implore you to read this book. Its honest and powerful recollections will force you to look beyond the figures, and at the individuals that make up the numbers.' * InQuire Live *
`An often heart-breaking read that stresses the mess of people's lives, and their desperation and strength, too.' * Sunday Herald *
`Excellently observed, well-judged and highly readable, making it well worth a look.' * The London Economic *
`This book is honest and so eye-opening... [it] couldn't be more important.' * Thought About Books Blog *
`Dugan sows sincere and powerful seeds via the stories of a group of migrants struggling to settle in the UK.' * Times Higher Education *

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