Migrant rights advocates brand partial hostile environment suspension a ‘PR exercise’
The Home Office has agreed to suspend parts of its hostile immigration policy while Windrush crisis is resolved
MIGRANT RIGHTS campaigners have said that the UK Government’s three-month suspension of some parts of the hostile environment immigration policy does not go nearly far enough.
“This policy has been proven to be very damaging and hostile. The government can see this from Windrush, but this is only one example – they need to wake up to this and suspend the whole policy,” director of Migrant Voice Nazek Ramadan told CommonSpace.