Windrush Generation. Tories The Pain, Racist Immigration Policies.

 

The 2014 Immigration Act that Theresa May as Home Secretary forced through Parliament with minimal scrutiny, sought to create a ‘hostile environment’ for migrants living in this country which has directly resulted in the disgraceful exclusion from our society, and in some cases deportation, of the Windrush generation of Caribbean migrants, and so many others, that we are seeing today.

In 2013 I spoke against May’s racist immigration Bill and raised along with David Lammy and others the implications for citizens that did not have documentation or had papers they were not able to get back from the Home Office, as has played out for the Windrush generation as a result.

Opposition to Immigration Bill in 2013

The 2014 Immigration Act that Theresa May as Home Secretary forced through Parliament with minimal scrutiny, sought to create a 'hostile environment' for migrants living in this country which has directly resulted in the disgraceful exclusion from our society, and in some cases deportation, of the Windrush generation of Caribbean migrants, and so many others, that we are seeing today. In 2013 I spoke against May's racist immigration Bill and raised along with David Lammy and others the implications for citizens that did not have documentation or had papers they were not able to get back from the Home Office, as has played out for the Windrush generation as a result.

Geplaatst door John McDonnell op zondag 22 april 2018

“The 2014 Immigration Act that Theresa May as Home Secretary forced through Parliament with minimal scrutiny, sought to create a ‘hostile environment’ for migrants living in this country which has directly resulted in the disgraceful exclusion from our society, and in some cases deportation, of the Windrush generation of Caribbean migrants, and so many others, that we are seeing today.

In 2013 I spoke against May’s racist immigration Bill and raised along withDavid Lammy and others the implications for citizens that did not have documentation or had papers they were not able to get back from the Home Office, as has played out for the Windrush generation as a result.”

United in justice for Windrush Generation Windrush Generation Here to Stay. With the same love and care our parents…

Geplaatst door Akhtar Khan op zaterdag 21 april 2018

Published on 21 Apr 2018

‘RIVERS OF BLOOD’ TO ‘RIVERS OF LOVE’ – TUC & STAND UP TO RACISM. 50 years on from Enoch Powell’s ‘Rivers of Blood’ speech on the 20th April 1968 at the Macdonald Burlington Hotel in Birmingham the Trade Union Congress West Midlands Region and Stand Up To Racism Birmingham host ‘Rivers of Love’, sharing cultural progress and promoting pro-social action.8