Jamaica keeping up immigration pressure on UK


Responding to calls from British authorities to furnish them with information relating to anyone who might have been deported to the Caribbean unfairly, authorities in Jamaica have begun an earnest island search to locate those affected by what critics call Britain’s ultra-right immigration policies.

In recent months, London has been forced to apologize to hundreds of Caribbean nationals who it had invited to settle in the United Kingdom to help rebuild a country that was bombed out by Adolf Hitler’s Luftwaffe during World War II. Some of these same nationals have in recent years either been forcibly sent back to the Caribbean, most of them to Jamaica, or were denied boarding when they tried to re-enter the U.K. after holidaying in the region.

The issue sparked such outrage…

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