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Immigration minister admits ‘horrendous’ cases of deported Windrush immigrants – Politics live

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This is from the BBC’s Laura Kuenssberg.

BBC understands Amber Rudd to announce a new team in Home Office being set up pronto to make sure no one affected by Windrush will lose services or entitlements, and usual fees will be waived if they have to apply for new documents-details being finalised, she’s up at 2.30

There will be an urgent question on the “Windrush generation” at 3.30pm.

UQ granted at 3.30pm (before the statements) to @DavidLammy To ask @AmberRuddHR if she will make a statement on the immigration status of Windrush generation children.

One Urgent Question in the Commons today:@DavidLammy – Immigration status of #Windrush generation children
Two statements:
1. @theresa_may – Urgent action taken to alleviate humanitarian suffering in Syria
2. @CommonsLeader – Revised Business statement

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