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Amber Rudd had to resign as home secretary after the Windrush scandal. Sajid Javid replaced her. I was in the House of Commons on April 30 for the new home secretary’s first appearance.

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Home Office

About 200 schoolchildren moved by the plight of the Windrush generation wrote to Prime Minister Theresa May to protest.

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Theresa May

A Windrush generation grandmother lost her job with a charity helping migrants because she couldn’t prove her right to work.

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Home Office

The mayor of London is hosting a cross-party summit today to discuss rising violent crime in the capital.

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Sadiq Khan

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Recorder readers this week.

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Home Office

East Ham is one of the UK’s top beneficiaries of the international student economy, according to a Higher Education Policy Institute report.

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Theresa May

Parts of London are now “no-go areas” due to the threat of acid attacks, East Ham MP Stephen Timms has claimed.

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Lyn Brown

A man has been arrested during an immigration raid at a Forest Gate butchers.

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Home Office

Newham looks after four per cent of unaccompanied child asylum seekers in London, figures show.

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Newham Council

A teenager has been arrested after six people were injured in a noxious substance attack in Stratford on Saturday evening.

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British Transport Police

A record number of people have been arrested for terrorism-related offences, the Home Office has announced.

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Home Office

This is the lethal ‘face melter’ acid that can burn and maim people in seconds - and has been used in a wave of shocking attacks across the capital.

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Robin

Although the holiday season is upon us, life carries on at the Assembly.

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Home Office

I would like to echo the concerns raised by many of my constituents about the recent rise in violent attacks using acid and other corrosive substances.

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Lyn Brown

Local politicians have urged the government and the Mayor to tackle attacks with corrosive substances, whilst an anti-Islamophobia charity says there is “a heightened sense of fear” in the area.

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Stephen Timms

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