Britain’s inside minister is promising to make sure the nation’s immigration policy is “humane” as uproar spreads over authorities’ mistreatment of lengthy-time period authorized residents from the Caribbean.
House Secretary Amber Rudd, who confronted mounting strain Sunday to resign, says she is going to converse Monday to the Home of Commons concerning the immigration scandal.
The furor started when the Guardian newspaper reported that some individuals who got here to Britain from the Caribbean within the many years after World War II have been refused medical care or threatened with deportation as a result of they might not produce paperwork to show their standing.
Rudd’s place worsened after she stated the British authorities did not have targets for deporting individuals — just for a memo to emerge mentioning particular targets for “enforced removals.”
Rudd says she did not see the memo.
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