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Special Correspondent, Newsnight — BBC
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Special Correspondent at BBC Newsnight.

The men who exploit family shame using 'revenge porn'

bbc.co.uk — The BBC has found that women who come from families that follow codes of honour are being deliberately targeted for financial gain. In one case, a woman says she parted with more than £17,000 after her lover secretly filmed them having sex.

'We thought our son would be safe in assessment unit'

bbc.co.uk — As the National Audit Office (NAO) publishes its report into the lessons of the Winterbourne View scandal, which saw people with learning disabilities abused by staff in an assessment unit outside Bristol, one family shares their experience of poor care. Connor Sparrowhawk's woodland grave is adorned with models of the things he loved most - buses and police officers.

The gay Asian men pressured into marrying women

bbc.com — The case of bisexual British businessman Shrien Dewani - cleared this week of murdering his new bride - shone a spotlight on the gay Asian community in Britain. How difficult is it to be gay when homosexuality is seen as a taboo? It's a world that's often hidden.

The gay Asian men pressured into marrying women

bbc.co.uk — The case of bisexual British businessman Shrien Dewani - cleared this week of murdering his new bride - shone a spotlight on the gay Asian community in Britain. How difficult is it to be gay when homosexuality is seen as a taboo? It's a world that's often hidden.

Student loans: The talented state school pupils denied funding

bbc.co.uk — "I've got the grades, I've been to sixth form, I've studied for my exams, I did everything that's within my power." Eighteen-year old Astou Diakhate should have started her law degree this month. She was born in Spain to Senegalese parents, but has been educated in English state schools since she was 12 years old.

The women who come to the UK as brides but end up as slaves

bbc.co.uk — "I used to think they would kill me and no-one would ever find out." Shazia was married at 15 in Pakistan and came to Britain with her husband when she was 21. He began beating her on the third night in the country and she quickly became a slave to his family.

Meet the Aero Girl who is also a world-renowned painter

channel4.com — It is somehow fitting that my last story on Channel 4 News is a return to the Aero Girls, writes Katie Razzall. This is the third report we have done about the series of paintings commissioned by the chocolatier Rowntree in the 1950s to advertise Aero.

'Moving through thought - why I hate cutting into the brain'

channel4.com — "I often have to cut into the brain and it's something I hate doing." That's not a sentence you often hear. But for neurosurgeon Henry Marsh, cutting into the brain comes with the job. Mr Marsh has written a book, Do No Harm, about his experience of saving lives - and sometimes failing.

Gary Shteyngart and the art of the 'blurb'

channel4.com — Above, Shteyngart blurbs his own appearance on Channel 4 News tonight. Can you do better than the blurb king? Send us your blurbs of Channel 4 News on Twitter or on Vine - and if it's good enough, we'll air it on tonight's show.

Vine: six seconds of video that's gripped the globe - video

channel4.com — Please wait while this video loads. If it doesn't load after a few seconds you may need to have Adobe Flash installed. It's just six seconds of video - but it has become big business over the last 12 months. The commercial world is claiming its share of the action on the social media app Vine.
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May 20, 2015

RT @bendepear: #Palmyra "This is the entire world's battle" Syrian antiquities chief Maamoun Abdulkarim after IS enter UNESCO City pic.twitter.com/JcaSwxJaqZ

May 20, 2015

RT @mattuthompson: On Fri, Ireland could become 1st country in the world to approve gay marriage via a public vote. Check out our film on #Newsnight tonight

May 20, 2015

RT @paulcarterTV: Hugely important and powerful pieces on Newsnight tonight I’m proud to have been a part of about same sex marriage and historic abuse.

May 19, 2015

Guess who I met to talk about gay marriage in Ireland? Clue: He didn't have a horse outside.... pic.twitter.com/VBFKtjX4tC

May 15, 2015

RT @wesstreeting: Moving and dignified interview with my opponent, Lee Scott, on #newsnight tonight. There but for the grace of God (and 589 votes) go I.

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