The Windrush generation has made huge contributions to our society since their arrival in 1948. Despite these contributions, many from this generation have been subject to mistreatment and a ‘hostile environment’ created by the government.

The Windrush generation has faced a situation in which these British citizens have been denied NHS treatment, lost their jobs, and in some cases have been wrongfully deported.

The following article was written by Reporter Ian Weinfass, and published by the Romford Recorder on 13th April 2012. You can find the original article here: edition.pagesuite-professional.co.uk/launch.aspx

Six-year fight for compensation successful at last in landmark decision

Local asbestos cancer sufferers were offered a reprieve from planned Government cuts to legal aid last night, as the House of Lords voted in favour of an amendment which protected the compensation rights of victims of the disease.



Local MP Jon Cruddas says the “fight goes on” to protect local asbestos victims

 The following article was written by Senior Reporter Sukran Sahin, and published by the Barking and Dagenham Post on 11th April 2012. You can find the original article here: edition.pagesuite-professional.co.uk/launch.aspx

Liability triggered by exposure says judge – but pleural plaques ignored