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Amnesty for anyone who was a minor that arrived In Britain between 1948 to 1971

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Theresa needs to go too.

But if Theresa goes, and things go tits up regarding brexit, shit could really get hostile

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17 minutes ago, Heero Yuy said:

If May goes it JRM or Boris up next.

 

If there is an election, no chance.

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11 minutes ago, Afroman said:

If there is an election, no chance.

 

That’s a massive IF.  Personally I don’t see a early election being called while the Tories have the excuse of Brexit on the table. 

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14 minutes ago, Heero Yuy said:

Sajid Javid new Home Secretary.

A remainer at heart. 

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how ironic it would be that  an immigration issue would bring down the pm overseeing brexit 

 

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:rofl:

Can imagine the rage while daily mail write the article

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10 hours ago, Afroman said:

Not WR but...

 

Smh

 

Reading this story made me angry enough but listening to the audio. They’re not even official police, they’re immigration officers abusing their powers. Fucking scumbags.

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I served with the British Army for six years, lived here a decade and married a British woman – now the Home Office says go home

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Trevor Rene arrived in Britain 10 years ago, and having been born in a British territory, he is now fighting to stay with his British wife in the UK.

He initially came to visit family here. His grandfather settled in the UK in 1948 – one of thousands of people who came over from the Caribbean, known as the Windrush generation. Then he got a job serving on Her Majesty’s behalf in the British Army and fell in love and married Diane, a clerk who works for the NHS.

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He worked as a mechanical engineer in the Reserves – fixing vehicles including tanks and SUVs  – for six years.

Now the 49-year-old faces deportation to Dominica and leaving behind the life he’s built here. “I could understand me being deemed an illegal if I had arrived in Britain on the back of a lorry but I didn’t,” he told i. “I was born a British citizen. I arrived in Gatwick and then the British Army gave me a job. They will use me for my service to this country but then toss me away. It’s a scandal.”
 

 

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