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In the UK went with the Windrush

30th April 2018 19:03 ET Amber Rudd She lost her job as UK Home Secretary over the weekend in a growing immigration scandal. Nevertheless, there is a chance that the British political class – and voters – is wasting this crisis. wife. Rudd's resignation is the latest fallout from the Windrush scandal. For two decades, beginning in the late 1940s, …

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Home Office 'what told about Windrush problems in 2016'

Image copyright Getty Images The Home Office and Downing Street were told in 2016 about problems faced by the Windrush generation, the BBC understands. They were alerted after the Barbados Laura Kuenssberg said: Labor has urged Home Secretary Amber Rudd to quit over the Windrush saga. Ms Rudd told MPs she "bitterly regretted not recognising the" systemic ". problem sooner. …

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British PM says windrush generation migrants are "a part of us"

London (Reuters) – Prime Minister Theresa May said Wednesday's "Windrush Generation", people from the Caribbean who came to the UK as children after the Second World War were British and their government would not order them to leave the country , British Prime Minister Theresa May leaves London's Downing Street on April 18, 2018 in London. REUTERS / Toby Melville …

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Windrush British are hit by deportation risk

London (AFP) – Half a century after emigrating to the UK, Anthony Bryan decided it was time to go abroad. But the decision triggered a bureaucratic nightmare in which he lost his job, was detained twice and almost deported to Jamaica. "I said, what are you talking about, am I illegal?" can not be illegal, I have been here since …

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Windrush: More than just random mistakes

image copyright Getty Images Caption The Windrush generation is named after the ship Empire Windrush, which brought 1948 workers from the West Indies to Britain As in all situations of life, mistakes in politics and politics happen And mistakes can be by accident, sometimes from carelessness or sometimes because nobody could imagine the consequences of actions they had chosen to …

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Windrush generation: Dozens of new cases investigated

Media playback is not supported on your device Media Caption Theresias May Windrush apologizes to Caribbean leaders Under growing criticism of the government, officials are investigating dozens of new migratory cases related to the Windrush generation. [19659004] The Ministry of the Interior stated that 49 cases had occurred as a result of calls made during Tuesday. Before that, Theresa May …

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Amber Rudd's Windrush apology does not impress letters | politics

Amelia Gentleman's article (Rudd's U Turn: An End to the Shattering Heartlessness, April 17) rightly welcomes the late reversal by the Home Office of the Home Office's appalling treatment of the Windrush generation. But I doubt that this will mean an end to the Ministry of Interior's "shocking heartlessness." In 2012, David Cameron founded the Enemy Environment Working Group. Sarah …

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Windrush generation: "A nightmare, and it's not over yet"

image copyright Helen Cappasso Bildbeschreibung Whitfield Francis – here with his eldest daughter Maria – came to England with his parents at the age of nine Some members of the so-called Windrush generation, who arrived as children in the UK decades ago, were falsely identified as illegal immigrants. Here are some of her stories. Whitfield Francis was born in Jamaica …

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Windrush Generation: May to meet the leaders of the Caribbean for an apology

image copyright Getty Images Caption The Windrush generation began arriving in Britain in 1948 Prime Minister Theresa May will later try to reassure Caribbean leaders that the Windrush generation will not be deported over paperwork. The government has apologized after some people from the Commonwealth arrived decades ago as children were falsely identified as illegal immigrants. The Home Secretary has …

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Windrush Generation Peers attack "incompetent" home office

image copyright House of Lords Two peers who came to Britain from the Commonwealth countries have condemned the current treatment of the Windrush generation as "embarrassing". Lib Dem and former television presenter Baroness Benjamin said she was fortunate not to be one of those asked to prove her status. Lord Boateng of the Labor Party accused the Home Office of …

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