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A lot of them were patrials, and so could prove their status using accessible state records.
I guess you are referring to the windrush victims.
I wasn't referring specifically to Windrush victims, just stating a fact, and no, I believe they have a right to stay and I have no issues at all with that.Obie wrote: ↑Sun Apr 22, 2018 2:15 pmI guess you are referring to the windrush victims.
So in your view, because the UK is full, some of those people must be asked to leave.
Well I am not surprised with the views you have espoused.
It is only you that believes the landing cards are safe. Everyone believed they were destroyed.
The day the government decide to put those cards through the incinerator, they also made a decision to incinerate the future of those people as well. But then again I do not think that means much to you.
I read on the papers how Mrs Rudd said she wil give the UKVI tooth to bite migrant. I guess the windrush victims would have been at the forefront of her thought as she writes that memo.
The evidence speaks for themselves. I need not argue much with you.
Then again this is the Tories of Enoch Powell, nothing should surprise anyone I guess.
Wanderer, you're totally right! The UK govt has been too liberal in handing over citizenships to people who didn't deserve it; hence it's totally fair to start deporting some who have been here all their life to make room for the new!Wanderer wrote: ↑Sun Apr 22, 2018 12:59 pm, the UK is a very attractive place to live, too many people claiming asylum on the flimsiest of reasons, Surinder Singh route being used to import rafts of family members, tree huggers bleating rights etc, bu the UK is too full, the infrastructure can't take it especially as more people are arriving here and not contributing anything and never have.
We very well may.
The British Government invited the Windrush generation to settle.