British man and family plead for asylum after hiding in Australia in fear of Russian threats

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Whistleblower Nicholas Stride claims he lived off the grid in the outback for eight years after revealing financial dealings of Russia’s former deputy PM

A British man who leaked financial information about one of Russia’s most powerful politicians is pleading with the Australian government to allow his family to live in the country, despite their claim for asylum having been refused.

In 2014 Nicholas Stride provided secret documents to media about the financial dealings of Russia’s former deputy prime minister, Igor Shuvalov, when he was a contractor for him.

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A former source of mine, who passed along secret documents about Russia’s Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov’s unexplained wealth and expenditures, is facing, along with his family, deportation from Australia. Here’s the story he was a source for: https://t.co/NJWA6HRBl7

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