Joint Committee on Human Rights says Windrush detention was wrong

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Joint Committee on Human Rights says Windrush detention was wrong

The Joint Committee on Human Rights has criticised the Home Office for their "shocking" approach to Windrush detention cases.

The Committee said the Home Office provided "no credible explanation" as to why two members of the Windrush generation, Paulette Wilson and Anthony Bryan, were wrongfully locked up twice last year.

London Live spoke to Harriet Harman MP, Chair of the Joint Committee. 

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