Home Office deportation targets show how Britain’s immigration system is harmful by design


April has been a month of turbulence for the Home Office.

The aftermath of the Windrush exposé has shaken British politics to its core.

And now Amber Rudd has resigned as home secretary, days after admitting that her department had internal regional targets to remove illegalised people from the country – some from the Windrush generation who were already British subjects.

Ube 6fBy setting targets, the intricacies of people’s histories are erased, and humans are reduced to statistics.

For those applying for asylum, it means details of persecution are overlooked in favour of increasing…

For many immigrants, and anyone working on issues around immigration, the…

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