Theresa May defends UK government's Windrush response

Theresa May has shielded a government’s response to a Windrush liaison and insisted a open upheld tough movement on immigration.

In what will be seen as a slap-down of her new home secretary, Sajid Javid, a primary minister, who has been blamed for a supposed “hostile environment” policy that contributed to a scandal, refused to behind skeleton to throw it.

May pronounced movement was being taken to make certain that no one was “mistakenly” influenced by a immigration policy.

“If we speak to members of a public, what they wish to know is to safeguard that we are traffic with people who come to a UK illegally,” she pronounced in Quebec, Canada, where she was attending a G7 summit.

Asked if she was formulation any changes as a outcome of a Windrush row, May said: “I consider what we need to do is to safeguard that we are means to understanding with those people who are in a UK illegally, though ensuring that people who are in a UK legally do not find themselves, as a Windrush era did, incorrectly held adult in that.

“That’s because a Home Office is looking to work with those who are of a Windrush era to make certain they do have, where they need it – many of them do have a support already though they don’t get that support easily. That’s because we have ensured that offer of British citizenship is open to them.”

Pressed again on either changes were necessary, she said: “We need to safeguard that we keep measures in place that capacitate us to understanding with those people who come to a UK illegally.

“What we do need to safeguard is that, as we are requesting those measures, we don’t see people inadvertently held adult in that who are British and have a authorised right to be in a UK.”

Javid has threatened to pierce divided from May’s immigration policy and refused to give his full subsidy for a primary minister’s oath to revoke annual net emigration to “tens of thousands”.

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