Many affected by scandal still face difficulties and charities believe hostile environment remains
A year after the government promised to put right its “appalling” treatment of the Windrush generation and committed to reform the Home Office, many of those affected by the scandal remain in acute financial difficulties, and immigration charities say there has been no change in the department’s culture.
The government was shamed into action a year ago on the opening day of the Commonwealth heads of government meeting in London, when news that Downing Street had refused a meeting with Caribbean leaders to discuss the problem triggered international condemnation.
Source: The Guardian
'Things are no better': Windrush victims say little has changed