The British government has promised to act to reverse "terrible mistakes" made over the treatment of immigrants from the so-called "Windrush" generation, after revelations that people who came to the United Kingdom decades ago are being told to leave the country.
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Downing Street said that no meeting had been scheduled but said that there would be "a number of opportunities" for Commonwealth leaders to meet PM Theresa May and discuss this "important issue".
Speaking after Amber Rudd announced that a new task force would be set up to help Commonwealth immigrants facing deportation he said the government should "guarantee the status of all the Windrush children caught up in this crisis".
Immigration minister Caroline Nokes appeared to suggest that some individuals may already have been deported in error.
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It follows claims that many long-term British residents are facing deportation and have been denied healthcare due to paperwork problems.
Number 10 turned down a request for the Prime Minister to meet with a representative of 12 Caribbean nations.
Ms Rudd was challenged in the Commons over an interview in which Ms Nokes appeared to confirm that some Windrush migrants had been wrongly deported.
Speaking to ITV News about the mistakes made in cases involving the Windrush generation facing deportation from the United Kingdom, immigration minister Caroline Nokes said: "There have been some horrendous situations that as a minister have appalled me".
"I don't know the numbers, but what I am determined to do going forward is to say we will have no more of this".
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The Home Office said delegates at this week's Commonwealth heads of government meeting in London will be able to speak to Mrs May about the situation.
"Frankly, some of the ways they have been treated has been wrong, has been appalling and I am sorry".
"That is why I setting up a new area in my department to ensure that we have completely new approach to how their situation is regularised". That act enshrined the right for Commonwealth citizens to have indefinite leave to remain in Britain - but those who had come over before that date often do not now have the paperwork to prove that they were legally allowed to live there.
'Can she tell the house how many have been detained as prisoners in their own country, can she tell the hse how many have been denied health under the NHS, how many denied pensions, how many have lost their jobs.
It was signed by 140 MPs including Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and Conservative MP Sarah Wollaston.
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