Guardian readers respond to Britain’s migration policy and its effect on minority communities in the wake of the Windrush scandal

Recent events have revealed the extent to which the Home Office and successive home secretaries have been driven by inappropriate business models in managing immigration and have been not only incompetent but callous in dealing with human dignity and liberty (The Windrush scandal demands a new policy to go with a new home secretary, 1 May).

Many know that I am in favour of a “fair but firm” policy which takes account of those who already live here and their needs but which should also reflect a commitment to natural justice rather than to arbitrary targets derived from the world of business.

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