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Family’s fury after great-grandmother given just 28 days to leave, after 11 years in Australia

SBS Tuesday, 18 June 2019
Mollie Manley's family have received a letter telling them the 93-year-old has 28 days to leave the country. But they fear she won’t survive the trip back to England.
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