Windrush cases must be dealt with better, says minister
The government must do "a better job" in dealing with the Windrush generation facing deportation from the UK, Penny Mordaunt has said.
The international development secretary told the BBC there is "no question of their right to remain" in the UK.
Many long-term immigrants who arrived from the Commonwealth as children have been told they are here illegally.
More than 100 MPs from across the parties have signed a letter to Theresa May asking for urgent action.
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Guy Hewitt, Barbados high commissioner, said a meeting request from Caribbean leaders to discuss the issue with the prime minister this week was rejected by the government.
The Home Office said delegates at this week's Commonwealth heads of government meeting in London will be able to speak to the prime minister about the situation.
Meanwhile, a petition on the government's website calling on the Home Office to grant them an amnesty has attracted the 100,000 signatures required to be considered for a debate in Parliament.
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