Dominic Casciani Home affairs correspondent
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Dominic began his career in local newspapers after studying languages at university.
Since joining the BBC in 1998 he has focused on stories relating to law, order, society and belonging - including immigration, ethnicity, the rule of law and terrorism.
He has spent most of his BBC career working online and was one of the pioneers of live online reporting for the BBC, filing stories from the field in the days when mobile phones looked like bricks and we had no idea when the data would reach the news editor.
He is married with two children. His unspellable surname is Italian.
When not undertaking family or work duties, you'll find him cycling up and down hills dreaming of Tour de France greatness.