Daniel Trilling is the editor of New Humanist magazine and has reported extensively on refugees at Europe's borders. His work has been published by the Guardian, Al Jazeera, the London Review of Books, Newsweek, New Statesman and others, and was shortlisted for a 2014 Amnesty media award. His books include Bloody Nasty People and The Lights in the Distance. He studied modern European languages at University College London, and lives in London.
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RT @piercepenniless: US courts pursuing J20 protesters en masse because of the politics (antifascist, anticapitalist) of their protest & us…
by @trillingual - 6 hours ago
I put on a John Maus song and the cat started whining.
by @trillingual - 7 hours ago
New letter, “Extracts.” https://t.co/lfI5o95xfG
by @trillingual - 13 hours ago
@tancopsey Never heard you call @danhancox that before
RT @PukkahPunjabi: Last week a crowdfunded legal case successfully challenged the "hostile environment" policy for migrant rough sleepers.…
by @trillingual - 14 hours ago
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