Focus on ... Suitcases and Sanctuary

The picture shows one of the rooms in this exhibition, which is running from 19 to 26 June.

The Museum of Immigration and Diversity is housed in 19 Princelet Street, an historic house in London's Spitalfields that needs £3m for renovations.

- The exhibition shows objects owned by immigrants to the UK

- It asks visitors to pause and think about what they would pack if they had to leave their country forever

- Princelet Street's board includes Huguenots, Jews, Scots, Sikhs and Muslims.

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