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Life after: Wrongful conviction Seema Misra was pregnant when she was jailed for theft as part of the Post Office scandal. It took 11 years to prove her innocence Society UK Wellbeing
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Life after: Homelessness His past includes domestic violence and homelessness, but Mitak Ahmed’s story is one of resilience too Society Wellbeing
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Refill shops: the once-niche trend that’s going mainstream The UK now has hundreds of refill shops, helping people reduce packaging. Now supermarkets are getting in on the act Economics Environment Lifestyle Society
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The plan to create an orchard in every prison in England and Wales A charity is working to ‘green’ the UK’s prisons using orchards, a project that is reaping rewards for inmates and the environment Education Environment Justice Society
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How two survivors of domestic violence found meaning from tragedy Orphaned by a father who killed their mother and sister, Luke and Ryan Hart now help others who face controlling relationships Society
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Man whose mother killed his abusive father now works to tackle domestic abuse When David Challen’s mother killed his abusive father, he launched a campaign to tackle coercive control – and has has some success Justice Society Wellbeing
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