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5 July 2011: Journalists and asylum campaigners are celebrating the news that NUJ member Charles Atangana has been granted refugee status seven years after he arrived in Britain from Cameroon.
14 April 2011: NUJ member Charles Atangana has won his appeal against Home Office plans to deport him to his native Cameroon.
30 March 2011: Journalists mounted a vigil at the Immigration and Asylum Court in central London and attended a hearing in solidarity with NUJ member Charles Atangana.
14 February 2011: A judicial review hearing of the case of NUJ member, Charles Atangana, has again been delayed following a submission of new documentation to the Home Office.
21 December 2010: The case of NUJ member, Charles Atangana, was adjourned at the High Court and the next court hearing is on 15 February in London.
22 November 2010: Over 120 aspiring journalists took part in the NUJ Student Journalist Conference on Saturday.
7 October 2010: The case of NUJ member Charles Atangana, the journalist who is fighting deportation to Cameroon, was adjourned at the High Court in London for three months.
6 October 2010: An NUJ member fighting deportation told his story to east London trades unionists – just days before his case goes before a High Court judge.
24 August 2010: Supporters of Cameroonian journalist, Charles Atangana, are beginning work to arrange a judicial review of his case so that he can remain permanently in the UK.
12 August 2010: The protest outside Charles Atanaga's bail hearing in London received many messages of support from organisations and individuals who have supported the campaign.