THE TORY WINDRUSH COVER-UP UNDER WAY.

Re: THE TORY WINDRUSH COVER-UP UNDER WAY.

Postby Cannydc » Sun May 06, 2018 4:57 pm

By the replies on here, it appears that Malamute missed the obvious.......again.

A bit like Alex Ferguson denying he saw a horrendous foul by a ManUre player right in front of the dugout.
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Re: THE TORY WINDRUSH COVER-UP UNDER WAY.

Postby Guest » Mon May 07, 2018 6:08 pm

Cannydc wrote:By the replies on here, it appears that Malamute missed the obvious.......again.

A bit like Alex Ferguson denying he saw a horrendous foul by a ManUre player right in front of the dugout.


but everything is booming in Bury St Edmunds
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Re: THE TORY WINDRUSH COVER-UP UNDER WAY.

Postby Cannydc » Mon May 07, 2018 7:23 pm

Guest wrote:
Cannydc wrote:By the replies on here, it appears that Malamute missed the obvious.......again.

A bit like Alex Ferguson denying he saw a horrendous foul by a ManUre player right in front of the dugout.


but everything is booming in Bury St Edmunds


:pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl:

Since their 'huge retail successes' over Christmas, the council have been forced to announce a big investment to create new opportunities for retail......
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Re: THE TORY WINDRUSH COVER-UP UNDER WAY.

Postby Guest » Tue May 08, 2018 7:33 pm

Guest wrote:When the Tories were passing surveillance laws allowing them to check our emails and telephone calls they said, only criminals etc would have something to hide.

Why won't they disclose the Windrush documents? After all only criminals, terrorists etc have something to hide...


I wondered that. Why aren't Tories on here calling for the documents to be released? It's the right thing to do.
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Re: THE TORY WINDRUSH COVER-UP UNDER WAY.

Postby Cannydc » Tue May 08, 2018 7:54 pm

Tory tissue of lies and deceit continues to unravel...

The Home Office was repeatedly warned that Windrush generation residents had been wrongly classified as being in the country illegally as long ago as 2013, according to immigration advice experts.

After Capita was awarded a Home Office contract in 2012 to help target around 174,000 migrants who had overstayed their visas, pro bono legal advisers said they began to be contacted by older, Caribbean-born individuals concerned that they were receiving text messages and letters advising them to leave the country. The advisers contacted the Home Office to tell them this group had been wrongly targeted.

The detail about the warnings given to the Home Office undermines the credibility of briefings the department gave to the media last month, claiming that until mid-April this year officials had been convinced that only a handful of people were affected by the Windrush scandal.

The chief executive of a large law centre said his staff quickly became aware that the Home Office was wrongly targeting people who would now be recognised as Windrush residents, and that they made departmental staff aware of their concerns.

Some people were sent text messages stating: “Our records show you may not have leave to remain in the UK”. Others received letters telling them: “If you do not have the right to remain in the UK, you must make immediate arrangements to leave the United Kingdom.”

Arten Llazari, the RMC’s chief executive, said: “The Capita 2012 contract effectively outsourced part of the creation of the hostile environment to the private sector. In the process many vulnerable citizens, mostly of Caribbean descent, were harassed and repeatedly threatened with deportation.

“Charities and concerned MPs have been highlighting what is now known as the Windrush scandal to the Home Office since at least 2013 to no avail.”

Caseworkers were contacted in large numbers from 2013 onwards by older West Indian people who were “extremely baffled” to have received the texts and letters. Apart from repeatedly informing the Home Office of the mistakes, caseworkers also alerted local MPs, who contacted the Home Office, Llazari said.


So, it was found out on Treeza's watch as HS.

Treeza is guilty of being asleep on watch.

Treeza should go.

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/201 ... xperts-say
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Re: THE TORY WINDRUSH COVER-UP UNDER WAY.

Postby Grafenwalder » Wed May 09, 2018 9:22 pm

Cannydc wrote:Tory tissue of lies and deceit continues to unravel...

The Home Office was repeatedly warned that Windrush generation residents had been wrongly classified as being in the country illegally as long ago as 2013, according to immigration advice experts.

After Capita was awarded a Home Office contract in 2012 to help target around 174,000 migrants who had overstayed their visas, pro bono legal advisers said they began to be contacted by older, Caribbean-born individuals concerned that they were receiving text messages and letters advising them to leave the country. The advisers contacted the Home Office to tell them this group had been wrongly targeted.

The detail about the warnings given to the Home Office undermines the credibility of briefings the department gave to the media last month, claiming that until mid-April this year officials had been convinced that only a handful of people were affected by the Windrush scandal.

The chief executive of a large law centre said his staff quickly became aware that the Home Office was wrongly targeting people who would now be recognised as Windrush residents, and that they made departmental staff aware of their concerns.

Some people were sent text messages stating: “Our records show you may not have leave to remain in the UK”. Others received letters telling them: “If you do not have the right to remain in the UK, you must make immediate arrangements to leave the United Kingdom.”

Arten Llazari, the RMC’s chief executive, said: “The Capita 2012 contract effectively outsourced part of the creation of the hostile environment to the private sector. In the process many vulnerable citizens, mostly of Caribbean descent, were harassed and repeatedly threatened with deportation.

“Charities and concerned MPs have been highlighting what is now known as the Windrush scandal to the Home Office since at least 2013 to no avail.”

Caseworkers were contacted in large numbers from 2013 onwards by older West Indian people who were “extremely baffled” to have received the texts and letters. Apart from repeatedly informing the Home Office of the mistakes, caseworkers also alerted local MPs, who contacted the Home Office, Llazari said.


So, it was found out on Treeza's watch as HS.

Treeza is guilty of being asleep on watch.

Treeza should go.

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/201 ... xperts-say

She's brought shame and disgrace on this country which will be forever blighted and stained in history by her wickedness. The woman has to go but personally i feel she should be dragged before the courts and put on trial for crimes against humanity. She's been chief overseer of ethnic cleansing on a massive scale.
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Re: THE TORY WINDRUSH COVER-UP UNDER WAY.

Postby Grafenwalder » Thu May 10, 2018 5:26 pm

Just been reading on the UN site about crimes against humanity. According to Article 7 (1) of the Rome Statute, crimes against humanity do not need to be linked to an armed conflict and can also occur in peacetime, similar to the crime of genocide. I think there's a case to be made against May according to this under D,E and K of Article 7 Crimes Against Humanity.

http://www.un.org/en/genocideprevention ... anity.html
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Re: THE TORY WINDRUSH COVER-UP UNDER WAY.

Postby Guest » Fri May 18, 2018 9:56 am

Grafenwalder wrote:Just been reading on the UN site about crimes against humanity. According to Article 7 (1) of the Rome Statute, crimes against humanity do not need to be linked to an armed conflict and can also occur in peacetime, similar to the crime of genocide. I think there's a case to be made against May according to this under D,E and K of Article 7 Crimes Against Humanity.

http://www.un.org/en/genocideprevention ... anity.html


I'm sure Mal and Mungo will condemn any politician for human rights abuses under their watch.

Where's that tumbleweed?
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Re: THE TORY WINDRUSH COVER-UP UNDER WAY.

Postby Ray of Sunshine » Fri May 18, 2018 11:04 am

63 people wrongly deported.

About 1,000,000 people wrongly not deported.

Priorities, wrong.
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Re: THE TORY WINDRUSH COVER-UP UNDER WAY.

Postby Cannydc » Fri May 18, 2018 11:40 am

Ray of Sunshine wrote:63 people wrongly deported.

About 1,000,000 people wrongly not deported.

Priorities, wrong.


So if you are repeatedly told that your inept policy is seriously affecting the lives of hundreds of people, to the point that they are losing their jobs, their homes and in many cases their perceived nationality - even to the point of suicide.......your answer would be "fuck off, they aren't a priority" ?

Truly, you are a Tory in the finest tradition of all Tories.
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Re: THE TORY WINDRUSH COVER-UP UNDER WAY.

Postby Brad and Dan » Fri May 18, 2018 9:05 pm

Ray of Sunshine wrote:63 people wrongly deported.

About 1,000,000 people wrongly not deported.

Priorities, wrong.


That's how hopeless May and Rudd have been.

Good call.
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