Two years on, why is the Windrush scandal still claiming victims? | Vox Political


Didn’t Sajid Javid promise to “do right by the Windrush generation”, on his first day as Home Secretary? (Yes, he did.) What happened? Yet now we see 75 Paul Nichols, who served i…

Source: Two years on, why is the Windrush scandal still claiming victims? | Vox Political

One thought on “Two years on, why is the Windrush scandal still claiming victims? | Vox Political

  1. Sajid Javid promised to “do right by the Windrush generation”, well he has not delivered.

    This was a scandal that never should have occurred, but it did and 2 years have now gone to put this right, Sajid needs to promise that no more incidents relating to this Windrush Scandal will occur.

    Time needs to be created to find everyone who is affected and then correct the wrong.

    These people from the West Indies came to their ‘Mother Country’, the UK, in our hour of need and they were invited to come and this is their repayment. This is far from not right and should never have been allowed to occur.

    With hindsight official papers should have been process at the time, however, they would have been deemed unnecessary as everyone on the Windrush were British subjects.

    When the Carribean countries were granted their independence, then efforts should have been made to ensure those who were in the UK would always been accepted as British subjects, but again nothing was done.

    Then with subsequent legislation more efforts should have been made, but then again it did not.

    It appears at times these possible problems were made aware to the then ministers, but again nothing was done.

    Now, immediately, Sajid needs to make amends and ensure all remaining persons can not ever be deemed non-British subjects.

    All relevant areas need to be told that were official papers can not be found, these need to be created, so no more of this is allowed to happen.

    This is the least the Windrush people should be given.

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