Sir, – We must be careful not to make the Windrush situation synonymous with racism.
The Home Office is facing fresh anger over the Windrush scandal after “heartbreaking” new cases emerged.
David Lammy has called Theresa May’s apology to the Windrush generation “crocodile tears” and says the Government ignored warnings in 2014 about the impact of her immigration policy.
Amber Rudd privately pledged to give the Home Office “teeth” in efforts to remove illegal migrants from the UK, according to a leaked memo.
History turns on where ships dock and where the passengers disembark. The UK Government is making a hash of the Windrush generation issue but had the ship landed in Dundee, would Scots be making the same mistakes?
Sir, – I have been appalled by this week’s revelations about the “Windrush” immigrants.
Theresa May has apologised to Caribbean leaders over the treatment of members of the so-called “Windrush generation” who have been threatened with deportation after decades living in the UK.
Theresa May has hit back at Labour accusations the Government had been “callous and incompetent” in its treatment of the so-called “Windrush generation” as she again apologised to those wrongly threatened with deportation.
Theresa May is “best placed” to sort out the fiasco over the status of so-called “Windrush generation” migrants because she implemented the rules which caused the problems, a Caribbean minster said.
Labour has called on Home Secretary Amber Rudd to consider her position after she was forced to apologise to members of the “Windrush generation” over challenges to their migration status.