"The impact has been felt in the cases of individuals losing the right to work, to rent property, to receive pensions, to access their bank accounts or even to access vital healthcare - a particularly cruel twist of fate as so many of those affected have spent their lives in the service of our National Health Service".
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Home secretary Amber Rudd. Thousands of people who have lived and worked in the United Kingdom for decades have been harassed by the government.
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He has since been given leave to remain, but is still waiting for legal paperwork to confirm his right to stay.
"She's the one that ordered the vans to go around telling immigrants to go home", Mr Corbyn said.
She told him: "No, the decision to destroy the landing cards was taken in 2009 under a Labour Government when, as I seem to recall, a Labour home secretary was in position".
Conservative Culture Secretary Matthew Hancock told Sky News the decision to destroy the documents was taken by officials at the UK Border Agency, which was independent at the time, and had since been brought under direct Home Office control.
The Windrush generation comprise people who came to Britain between 1948 and 1971 from the Caribbean, originally to help it rebuild after the war. Mozi Haynes, whose mother was from the Windrush Generation, was supposed to be removed today, but Lammy said this would be reviewed.
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The Home Office has come under intense criticism after many people who came here decades ago as children have been wrongly targeted in a crackdown on illegal immigration.
A taskforce created by the Home Office to examine concerns related to the Windrush scandal is dealing with more than 100 cases just days after its creation, it has emerged.
Mrs May is to meet counterparts from Caribbean states this week to discuss problems faced by long-term British residents from the so-called Windrush generation over their immigration status.
The Home Office says it is looking at 49 cases relating to Windrush migrants as a result of calls received to a new hotline on Tuesday and has information for anyone concerned about their lack of documentation on its website.
Mr Corbyn challenged the Prime Minister to take responsibility for the decision, telling MPs: "This is a shameful episode and the responsibility for it lies firmly at the Prime Minister's door".
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Photos of the plane on the tarmac showed a missing window and a chunk gone from the left engine, including part of its cover. Pastor Bourman said he could not figure out how to use his mask, and decided it would not save him if the plane crashed.