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Think the headline is a little harsh?

Maybe it is – but it is also accurate.

You pick on some poor soul and threaten them with deportation for no very good reason.

If they become ill, you say they’re faking it and do your best to deny them any help.

If they don’t, of course, you deport them.

It’s a win-win for Tories.

A South African woman who collapsed during an attempted removal from the UK was accused by immigration officials of faking illness to avoid being put on a plane but died five days later.

The Home Office has referred the case of Nancy Motsamai, 35, who died on 12 March, to the independent prisons and probation ombudsman for investigation.

Her husband, Fusi Motsamai, also 35, has condemned the Home Office’s treatment of his wife.

Source: Woman accused of faking illness to avoid UK deportation died five days later | UK news | The Guardian


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