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The upcoming removal of 50 people to Jamaica reveals the government’s unwillingness to learn from the Windrush scandalIt is the grimmest of ironies that the secret, forceddeportation of around 50 people from the UK to Jamaica could take place as soon as this week, and conceivably on the same day thatthe Stansted 15 , a group of anti-deportation protesters, are sentenced for their role in disrupt
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