Total 17 Posts
On the car crash of a performance Matthew Rycroft gave in his evidence to the Commons’ Public Accounts Committee on the Windrush Compensation Scheme.
Learning about the Windrush generation in UK school remains an optional topic for 11 to 14-year-olds studying history. Critics have condemned Britain’s “historical amnesia”.
This is a system that will likely become even worse given the impact of Brexit and the backlog of cases created by the pandemic.
On Wednesday, we were inexplicably tagged in a Telegraph article by Home Affairs editor Charles Hymas. We are going to set out the substantive points it raises.
A grown-up analysis by Jill Rutter. An interesting thread about the history of the Home Office ending careers, the wider ramifications of Philip Rutnam’s recent resignation, and the longer term effect on the future of the UK Civil Service.
Someone said that EU citizens living in the UK did not care about citizens’ rights until it personally affected them. Since I have heard this charge of narrow self-interest before (the “Oh now you care” charge), let me respond in this piece.