Blatant racism in the immigration system | Letter

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The plans for a mass deportation bring back memories for Louise Christian, who secured an injunction for one man Afua Hirsch and others are protesting against a planned mass deportation to Jamaica just before Christmas (The Home Office, mired in racism claims, now plans another mass deportation of black people , 27 November). This brought back memories of a Christmas over 20 years ago, when there was another mass deportation of Jamaicans – they had travelled to the UK, intending to visit relatives for Christmas, but were detained on arrival and flown back to Jamaica on Christmas Day. I visited one of them on Christmas Eve, as a solicitor. Only my client was not sent back, after I got an injunction from a high court judge on Christmas Day. He returned to Jamaica on the day he was supposed to, and subsequently was awarded substantial damages. Continue reading... ▶ Full story on
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