Windrush scheme failures compound previous injustice, say MPson November 24, 2021 at 2:16 am

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Most of those who applied for compensation have yet to receive a penny, a report by MPs has found.

There are excessive burdens on claimants, inadequate staffing and long delays – and many of those affected “are still too fearful of the Home Office to apply,” the committee – a cross party group of MPs which examines government policy in areas including immigration and security – said in its report.

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