Sajid Javid is vowing to “do right” by the people affected by the Windrush scandal as he starts his new job as home secretary.
He has rejected the controversial “hostile environment” tag attached to the government’s immigration policy.
Theresa May will meet her ministers at a cabinet meeting on Tuesday for the first time since Amber Rudd quit.
Labour says the prime minister has “questions to answer” about her own time at the Home Office.
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Facing questions by MPs, Mr Javid vowed to “do whatever it takes” to put right the problems faced by the Windrush generation which led to Ms Rudd’s departure.
As a second generation migrant, he said he was “angry” at the treatment of those caught up in the saga…Read More…http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-43957812