17 Dec 2019

Windrush compensation ‘breadcrumbs for peasants’ says victim

Senior Home Affairs Correspondent

“It’s breadcrumbs for peasants.” That’s how a victim of the Windrush scandal has responded to one of the first offers of compensation from the Home Office.

58 year old grandmother, Glenda Caesar, found herself unemployable, after decades as an NHS worker. She arrived in the UK when only 3 months old, but was refused a British passport in later life.