Dominic Casciani Biography
Dominic Casciani is a media personality serving as Home and Legal correspondent for BBC News. Previously, he was a Home Affairs correspondent for BBC News.
Dominic Casciani Age
He hasn’t revealed when and where he was born. Therefore his age is unknown.
Dominic Casciani Height
He is tall in stature however his height is undisclosed.
Dominic Casciani Ethnicity
Casciani belongs to the White/Caucasian ethnicity.
Dominic Casciani Education
There is no information about his educational background. However it is presumed that he is highly educated considering his career achievements.
Dominic Casciani Family
Dominic’s unspellable surname is Italian. However there is very little information about his family.
On March 23, 2020 he tweeted; “Italian authorities are strictly monitoring excursions from home. My parents live in an area that has been relatively unaffected so far – but the police are still checking documents and reasons given for leaving the home.”
Italian authorities are strictly monitoring excursions from home. My parents live in an area that has been relatively unaffected so far – but the police are still checking documents and reasons given for leaving the home.
— Dominic Casciani (@BBCDomC) March 23, 2020
Dominic Casciani Wife
Casciani is married with two children. However not much is known about his wife and children.
I’m working on securing a top exclusive later speaking to my wife before anyone else.
— Dominic Casciani (@BBCDomC) May 21, 2020
Dominic Casciani BBC
Casciani is the BBC’s Home and Legal Correspondent based in London since January 2021. He focuses on stories relating to law, order, society and belonging – including immigration, ethnicity, the rule of law and terrorism.
Previously, he served as Home Affairs correspondent for 12 years. In that position he covered terrorism and security, criminal and public law, immigration and related public policy matters.
In 2011 Casciani won a landmark court battle with the government to film the story of a terrorism suspect held for eight years without trial. He was also one of just a few journalists to witness the deportation of Abu Qatada to Jordan in 2013.
Casciani joined the BBC in 1998 and was a pioneer of live online reporting. When not undertaking family or work duties, you’ll find him cycling up and down hills dreaming of Tour de France greatness.
Dominic Casciani Salary and Net Worth
His salary and net worth is under review.
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