Windrush row home office set targets for removing illegal immigrants breaking news
Sajid Javid vowed to do ‘whatever it takes’ to put the Windrush scandal right today after being installed as the first ever ethnic minority Home Secretary. In his first significant move, Mr Javid publicly axed the term ‘hostile environment’ from policy on illegal immigration in a departure from .Amber Rudd has resigned as home secretary, saying she “inadvertently misled” MPs over targets for removing illegal immigrants. The Windrush scandal had heaped pressure on Ms Rudd, who faced renewed criticism after saying she did not know about Home Office removals targets. Her successor is expected .Protesters gathered in Parliament Square today to demonstrate against the threat of the Windrush generation being deported after decades of building their lives in the UK. This came the day after it emerged Amber Rudd had been copied in to an internal memorandum which described targets set by the .Propertymark accounts set to be approved not today but at an EGM within three weeks. Continue Reading .
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