Rumours are swirling that Donald Trump intends to drop in on the UK unannounced – having apparently ducked out of a planned state visit to avoid the wide-scale protests that would inevitably greet him.
The Browns would walk right by him at first, too engrossed in their Instagram to notice him sitting on his suitcase by the lost property office in Paddington Station.
With nowhere to live, he'd try to find a flat to rent after selling his marmalade for a small profit – but, as he lacks a British passport, no landlords will rent to him, afraid of the civil and criminal penalties for renting to undocumented people.
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Whether it’s a family fighting for justice for a loved one, a journalist uncovering uncomfortable truths, a young activist standing up to the establishment, a public servant pioneering human rights in their work or technologist dedicated to protecting our privacy, we want to hear about them.
The past year has been dominated by divisive politics and tragic events.
It’s easy to feel hopeless as we come to terms with the shock of a terror attack on our home soil – for the fourth time in as many months.
This year innocent people from all backgrounds and all over the world were murdered on what should have been ordinary days – as they strolled over bridges, left a concert, enjoyed a pint and headed home after prayers.
To most of us, this violence seems utterly needless. But the perpetrators had a purpose.