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Church of England urged to apologise for racism toward Windrush generation

The Home Office's record of deporting Windrush immigrants is not reassuring for EU citizens in Britain

Windrush man who served in British army for nine years told there is no record of him

How the pledge to help victims of Windrush is ringing hollow

"A billion pounds can't buy back my happiness" Chiplyn Burton was denied entry back into the UK after a trip to Jamaica in the 1970s - she is part of the Windrush generation

On our latest podcast, @colincraiggrant  discusses his recent book, Homecoming: Voices of the Windrush Generation, which tells the stories of postwar immigrants to Britain from the Caribbean

EU nationals are fearful. And after Windrush, they should be | Gaby Hinsliff

The work to protect those affected by the Windrush scandal is far from over. For a third time, I’m matching funding to the Windrush Justice Fund, which supports organisations working to get the legal rights of vulnerable Londoners recognised. Apply by 31 January.

Government denies U-turn on giving EU citizens physical proof of right to remain in UK, despite 'new Windrush' fear


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Theresa May didn't publicly break down over Windrush, or Grenfell, or disabled people having their benefits cut, or children driven into poverty. In the end, she only publicly shed a tear over her own career.

Amber Rudd has resigned. Good. But she’s just the human shield to Theresa May who is responsible for the Windrush scandal. Theresa May must now resign, too.

The Windrush scandal is Theresa May’s creation, borne of an innate inability to equate ‘immigrant’ with ‘person’. It’s a hefty accusation, I know, but it makes sense of almost everything she’s done since 2010. Lying about a cat; Go Home vans; subsuming Ukip; EU citizens as cards.

On Monday, vowed to leave “no stone unturned” in pursuit of the truth about Windrush. On Wednesday, he voted to keep all details of how it happened secret. Dizzying hypocrisy has become a prerequisite for membership of Theresa May’s Government.

Sajid Javid sets out on his mission to bring justice to Windrush victims by voting against releasing documents related to it.

Amber Rudd says she regrets not grasping the scale of the Windrush scandal until it directly threatened her job.

If the Home Office is making all these cock-ups over the Windrush generation, how can they possibly hope to register the more than 3m EU citizens living here? I suspect that this is just a tiny taste of what is to come post-Brexit