One year on from her first visit, Stacey Dooley returns to Iraq to seek justice for the young women whose lives have been changed forever by ISIS. In a journey like never before, Stacey joins Shireen...
Stacey Dooley travels the world to uncover the hidden costs of the addiction to fast fashion. She sees for herself how toxic chemicals released by the garment industry pollute waterways that millions...
Some complete fools have compared this paper doll who has no objectivity as the 'female Louis Theroux'.
What an over-statement. This silly little girl cries anytime female exploitation is a theme in her 'series' and offers the most trite and cliched insights I've ever heard.
This girl is so dull, so subjective, fragile, and trying to be a hard-hitting journalist that it makes you wonder what credentials got her the job. Worse Intrepid Journalist I've ever had the misfortune to be irritated by.
She's the kind of dumb white girl who agrees with anything that's politically correct.
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