Windrush saga is a hoarder’s charter
Those of you who read the papers will be aware of last week’s big political story, the scandal surrounding the 'Windrush generation' immigrants. The issue concerns individuals who came to the UK from Caribbean countries between 1948 and 1971, labelled the 'Windrush generation' after the ship MV Empire Windrush which brought passengers to the UK in June 1948, writes Sophie Wettern.
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