Suspicious substance found at UK immigration minister's office amid Windrush scandal
Tuesday, 17 April 2018 () LONDON (Reuters) - A suspicious substance has been found at the constituency office of immigrationminister Caroline Nokes, police said on Tuesday, a day after she said some Caribbean immigrants incorrectly identified as illegal immigrants may have been deported.
In an interview with ITV News, Conservative MP Caroline Nokes spoke to Social Affairs Editor Penny Marshall about the deportation of “Windrush generation” migrants. The immigration minister admitted that there had been “horrendous situations” resulting in deportations and wanted to put an end...
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