Conservative Peer , 21 Oct 2014 –
Robert Courts: The Secretary of State will remember meeting me recently to discuss the issue of pollution in the River Windrush, which is a matter of great concern to the people of West Oxfordshire, as shown by the strong attendance at West Oxfordshire District Council’s recent water day. I applaud my right hon. Friend’s speech in March in which he took the water companies to task for their...
Caroline Nokes: In my response to the Home Affairs Committee’s report of 3 July, on the Windrush generation, I committed to consider the issues encountered by the descendants of those removed from the British Indian Ocean Territory and this remains my position.
...of Dillington Lord Carrington of Fulham Earl Cathcart Lord Cavendish of Furness Lord Chadlington Baroness Chisholm of Owlpen Lord Coe Lord Colgrain Viscount Colville of Culross Lord Colwyn Lord Cooper of Windrush Lord Cope of Berkeley Lord Cormack Earl of Courtown (teller) Baroness Coussins Baroness Couttie Lord Craig of Radley Viscount Craigavon Lord Crathorne Baroness Cumberlege...
Caroline Lucas: ...people were informed by his Department (a) between 28 March 2017 and 15 April 2018 of the rights to stay which are conferred to Commonwealth citizens under the 1971 Immigration Act and (b) of the Windrush Taskforce after 16 April 2016; and if he will make a statement.
Alan Duncan: British citizenship is a matter for the Home Office. As set out in their departmental response to the Home Affairs Select Committee report of 3 July about the Windrush generation, which mentions Chagossians, the Home Secretary is currently considering this matter.
Rachael Maskell: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, how many Windrush generation cases remain outstanding; and what the timeframe is for those cases to be concluded.
Sajid Javid: Immigration The Government deeply regrets what has happened to the Windrush generation and is determined to right the wrongs they have experienced under successive governments. The Home Office has put in place a series of measures to support those affected, one of which is the design of a compensation scheme to compensate those members of the Windrush generation who have faced difficulties in...
Lord Beecham: ...agent does not have to refund a holding deposit if a tenant does not have the right to rent property under the Immigration Act, provided that they, the landlord, were unaware of the problem. Given the appalling record of the Home Office in Windrush and other cases, is there not a real risk of injustice in that provision? Clause 15 allows tenants to apply to the First-tier Tribunal for...
David Lammy: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, how many people who contacted his Department's Taskforce for Windrush subsequently experienced (a) immigrant enforcement and (b) police action.
Kate Hollern: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, how many of the Windrush generation his Department has identified to date as having been deported as a result of its immigration policies.
Joanna Cherry: ...for jobseeker’s allowance last month, he failed the habitual residence test. Even the Department for Work and Pensions cannot understand the Kafkaesque letter that he has been sent. Like the Windrush scandal, is this the shape of things to come for EU citizens in the United Kingdom?
Baroness Jones of Moulsecoomb: ...of the state; this is happening literally today, as 15 people—the Stansted 15—are in court, charged with terror offences for locking themselves to a plane to stop people being deported in the midst of the Windrush scandal. I am horrified that they are there on terrorist charges. It is totally wrong that peaceful protestors, who cannot in any way be thought of as terrorists,...
Jo Swinson: ...the Home Department, when he plans to respond to the letter from the hon. Member for East Dunbartonshire of 19 April 2018, reference JS2981, on behalf of a constituent enquiry in relation to the Windrush Generation.
Caroline Lucas: ...(a) have been referred under the National Referral Mechanism for the identification of victims of trafficking, (b) have since been granted leave to remain in the UK and (c) were a member of the Windrush generation.
Stephen Doughty: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, how many inquiries about issues relating to the immigration status of members of the Windrush generation have been received by her Department (a) on the Windrush helpline and (b) from people in Wales in 2018.
Afzal Khan: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, pursuant to the Answer of 10 May 2018 to Question 136120 on UK Visas and Immigration: Management, how many individuals are assigned to the dedicated taskforce; how many of the 50 senior caseworkers will be in new positions; and what the timeframe is for the conclusion of his Department's review.
Virendra Sharma: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, when he plans to respond to Question 155249, on Immigration: Windrush Generation, tabled on 19 June 2018 by the hon. Member for Ealing, Southall.
Caroline Nokes: ...Caribbean-born UK residents to apply for documentation confirming their right to reside here, and for a British passport once they became naturalised as British Citizens. The vast majority of the Windrush generation already held documentation confirming their status here, but those who have not are those the Windrush Taskforce are helping now.
Heather Wheeler: ...and anniversaries where people from diverse backgrounds can come together to celebrate their culture and 'Britishness', including the Notting Hill Carnival, the 'Great Get Together', National Windrush Day and St George's Day. We believe these provide a sufficient platform to celebrate the heritage and contribution of British citizens of mixed race.
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