UK Promises ‘Humane’ Policy on Immigration As Scandal Continues

    The interior minister of the United Kingdom is vowing to make sure that the immigration policy of the country will be “humane” as the scandal over the mistreatment of authorities of long-term legal residents who are from the Caribbean grows.

    On Sunday, Amber Rudd, the Home Secretary, faced heightening pressure for her to render her resignation. She says that she will be speaking to the House of Commons regarding the scandal on immigration this coming Monday.

    The said scandal started when the Guardian newspaper released a news article saying that some people who came to the United Kingdom from the Caribbean during the decades that followed the time of the World War II have been threatened with deportation or denied of medical care just because they were not able to produce or present paperwork to serve as a proof of their status.

    The position of Rudd worsened following the statement where she said that the government of the United Kingdom did not have particular targets for the deportation of people — only for a note that was naming specific targets for “enforced removals” to surface

    However, the Home Secretary says that she was not able to see the said memo yet.