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Jamie Elliott is a freelance investigative journalist and researcher who specialises in employment rights and writes for the Guardian, Observer and other publications. He is also Course Director at London Journalism Centre where he teaches investigative journalism and media law.

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Death penalty dropped, but Uganda anti-gay bill may be passed within days

The death penalty has been dropped from a highly controversial bill which seeks to strengthen Uganda’s already stringent anti-homosexuality laws.

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