More than £1 million has now been paid out by the Windrush Compensation Scheme – but the vast majority of claimants have still not received payment.
Fewer than 8% of Windrush victims claiming compensation have received payouts, according to official figures.
A Windrush campaigner has died “a broken woman” just a month after delivering a petition to Downing Street calling for action to address the failings that led to the scandal.
A Windrush campaigner has died one month after delivering a petition to Downing Street signed by more than 130,000 people calling for action to address the failings which led to the scandal.
The Home Secretary has promised a “full evaluation” of the hostile environment policy in the wake of the Windrush scandal.
An exhibition exploring Britain’s relationship with the Caribbean, and a new commission depicting key workers will go on show at Tate galleries.
The Home Office will “not rush” compensating Windrush victims, the department’s new top civil servant said, despite concerns the slow progress could see some die before a payout.
Home Secretary Priti Patel has praised BBC drama Sitting In Limbo and said it “epitomises the unimaginable suffering” endured by the Windrush generation.
A new BBC drama about the Windrush immigration scandal needs to be seen by white people, according to its star Patrick Robinson.
BBC One has commissioned a drama about the Windrush immigration scandal.
The hostile environment which created the Windrush scandal was 70 years in the making – and may even be traced back to the attitudes of both the Labour and Conservative governments after the Second World War, according to a new documentary.
David Lammy dedicated his GQ Men Of The Year award to the victims of the Grenfell fire.
A series of films which explore the experiences of British people with Caribbean heritage will be screened at London’s Royal Court Theatre in response to the Windrush scandal.
Pop star Will Young has said he is “irate” about the “disgusting” treatment of the so-called Windrush generation.
The artistic director of London’s Young Vic Theatre has said that he is “saddened” by some of the conversations he has heard about immigration in Britain since returning from America to take up the role.