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The Guardian – Oversea students in push to clear names over English test ‘cheating’
The Guardian says international students accused of cheating at English language tests are planning a fresh push to clear their names 10 years on. The paper says thousands are thought to have been victims of a gross miscarriage of justice.
The paper says new evidence raises fresh questions over the Home Office’s decision to make a “blanket” accusation of cheating against 35,000 of them in a case which it says draws parallels with the Post Office Horizon scandal.