Children as young as 10 are being denied their rights to British citizenship because they are, or might be, assessed by the Home Office not to be of good character
If the criminal justice system is to be fair, then it must ensure that nobody is punished more than others for the same offence.
The review set up by the Home Office to learn lessons from the Windrush scandal has closed for receiving written evidence. But will they be learned?
Thousands of children born in the UK are growing up without the British citizenship they are entitled to by law. This is a national scandal which has long gone largely unnoticed. Could that be about to change?
The word 'illegal' comes very easy to policy and law makers, but very few give much thought to what it means and whom it affects.
The Home Office has finally responded to mounting pressure over its disgraceful indifference to Commonwealth citizens, whose lives have been turned upside down several decades after they first settled in the UK. But is it enough?
Unless the government faces up to the past, injustices like those suffered by the Windrush generation are certain to be repeated.