The government is ignoring its own review and ripping apart families, showing how little regard it has for the lives it ruins, says Labour MP David Lammy

1) He broke the law, compelled or groomed means nothing, the law was broken.

2) He has had 19 years to sort out citizenship to the UK if he wanted it, yeah its expensive, however all in it costs less than 2000 quid. I'm sure this lad has spent more than this on frivolity.

3) David Lammy is a cock

4) Jamaica has been self ruled since 1962, The empire is gone, they can deal with their own problems we owe them nothing now.

5) Comparing this and windrush is comparing apples and oranges.

6) Is David Lammy going to admit the reasons why places like Jamaica are so dangerous?


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2020-51-We 11:51:41 am

1) He broke the law, compelled or groomed means nothing, the law was broken.

2) He has had 19 years to sort out citizenship to the UK if he wanted it, yeah its expensive, however all in it costs less than 2000 quid. I'm sure this lad has spent more than this on frivolity.

3) David Lammy is a cock

4) Jamaica has been self ruled since 1962, The empire is gone, they can deal with their own problems we owe them nothing now.

5) Is Davis Lammy going to admit the reasons why places like Jamaica are so dangerous?

2020-52-We 12:52:45 pm

1) He broke the law, compelled or groomed means nothing, the law was broken.

2) He has had 19 years to sort out citizenship to the UK if he wanted it, yeah its expensive, however all in it costs less than 2000 quid. I'm sure this lad has spent more than this on frivolity.

3) David Lammy is a cock

4) Jamaica has been self ruled since 1962, The empire is gone, they can deal with their own problems we owe them nothing now.

5) Is David Lammy going to admit the reasons why places like Jamaica are so dangerous?

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Claude Bosi, 47, who is most famous for running Hibiscus and Bibendum in London, has shared a copy of his rejection letter from the Home Office on Instagram.

He applied for the wrong permit, and they are going to let him apply for the right permit, its not like they frog marched him to the Dover cliffs and chucked him over

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The risk of being kicked out still haunts those without a British passport says Guardian columnist Gaby Hinsliff

Outside of the guardian staff room does anyone give a toss about Windrush? I've never heard anyone comment about it, ever. Is it a London thing?

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Many British people are ignorant about how racism works. Yet when black people try to explain, our experience is denied, says Guardian columnist Afua Hirsch

"playing the race card" is also a way of silencing white people, so it all evens out in the end.

good luck to any white person going to Sheffield university

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The government has dropped my amendment protecting children’s rights, but I’m not giving up, says Labour peer Alf Dubs

"When I arrived in Britain as an unaccompanied refugee child fleeing the Nazis, I never thought I would end up in the Lords."

what a surprise

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Those who survived the treacherous Mediterranean crossing were met with racism, fear and incarceration, says journalist and author Hsiao-Hung Pai

Another immigrant telling Europeans we are naughty racists because we don't take in more Immigrants.

She is Taiwanese by birth, how many refugees did they take?

oh

"Taiwan has no asylum laws, and many argue the island isn't ready." (NPR)

And she wrote a whole book investigating the reasons behind "Angry White People". Here is a clue, having ungrateful hypocrites look down their noses at them, while undermining their host country may have something to do with it.

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The Duke of Cambridge's dramatic intervention came as Britain recorded its hottest December day and unprecedented wildfires tore across drought-stricken Australia.

Cool, another 10 years.

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A bullied 10-year-old makes imaginary friends with a cheeky Führer with no hilarious consequences in this schmaltzy satire

"There’s nothing wrong with refusing to take Hitler seriously, of course......."

Unless you are a Scottish dog owner, of course.

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With Lisa Nandy, Angela Rayner and Stella Creasy in the fold, we are spoiled for choice. How exciting, writes Guardian columnist Suzanne Moore

Please let Dianne Abbot get the job

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A former Obama administration official on his $1oom strategy to save lives across 40 cities

"shootings are concentrated among a surprisingly small set of people "

no mention of who these people are of course

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