Video: Teo and Marineta’s story

Teo and Marineta were just another European couple working in England. But when they couldn’t find somewhere to live, instead of receiving homelessness help they were locked up in a detention centre. And that was just the beginning of their troubles with the government’s hostile environment.

(Video content warning: discussion of self-harm).

UPDATE:

North East London Migrant Action (Nelma) and the Public Interest Law Unit have been granted permission to seek a judicial review of the Home Office policy of deporting rough sleepers from the European Economic Area, and are now crowdfunding to finance the bid. Read more at the Guardian.

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Teo and Marineta from Whalebone Films on Vimeo.



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