Detention of Leah McGrath Goodman 11/9/2011

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Dear Home Office,

Please provide the background as to why Leah McGrath Goodman a journalist with a clean record was detained for over 12 hours at Heathrow Airport on 11th September 2011.

Please also clarify why her visa was revoked at that time.

Yours faithfully,

Tom Young

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Dear Tom Young

Thank you for your recent e mail concerning the above matter.
We are dealing with your enquiry and aim to send a response by 03/09/2014

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Dear Mr Young,

 

Please find the attached response to your FOI request – 32574.

 

Regards

 

Home Office

 

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