Migrant clampdown forces British teacher and family to move 4,000 miles away

By Heather Main

A migration clampdown is forcing a British teacher to move 4,000 miles to Uganda with her adopted son.

Emilie Larter and Adam, nine, are among an estimated 60,000 families hit by visa law changes. The 31-year-old met Adam in Uganda on a 2014 gap year caring for orph

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