Windrush victims accuse Priti Patel of 'deeply insulting' behaviour

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Home secretary tells Daily Mail those trying to stop deportation flight to Jamaica are ‘do-gooding celebrities’ Priti Patel has been accused of “deeply insulting and patronising” behaviour by victims of the Windrush scandal after she branded those calling for deportation flights to be stopped as “do-gooding celebrities”. In a letter to the Home Office, prominent Windrush campaigners and support organisations said the home secretary’s remarks were “ill-judged and ill-informed” – and accused her of using their name to try to score political points. Continue reading... ▶ Full story on theguardian.com
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