In the article, Chetal highlights the ‘fluffy language’ used in the guidance offered to those affected by the Windrush scandal, in order to ‘soften’ a PR blow. She notes that the remaining requirement to demonstrate rights to be in the UK is a ‘proportionate measure to maintain effective immigration control…in line with the government’s aim of reducing net migration’.
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