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Diary

Harriet Harman’s diary: the joys of being a ‘former’

I still hope Labour wins the argument. But I’m happy to be listening to the Today programme, not speaking on it

14 November 2015

9:00 AM

14 November 2015

9:00 AM

One of my constituents has been in an Indonesian prison since May. Journalist Rebecca Prosser was arrested with her colleague Neil Bonner while working on a documentary for National Geographic about piracy in the Malaccan Strait. Their visas hadn’t come through when filming started and they were arrested by the Indonesian navy and locked up in a prison with 1,400 men and 30 women.

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