Those who were sent to Jamaica after committing criminal offences are a low priority for UK government

Every week for the past four months, officials at the fortress-like British high commission in Kingston have been comparing lists of names of potential Windrush victims with lists held by staff a mile away at the Jamaican foreign ministry.

Finally their lists match and officials are working on the cases of 13 people whom the British government believes it wrongly deported to Jamaica. Eight of them have been contacted, two remain untraced as yet, and three are believed to have died before officials were able to reverse the wrongful removals.

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