Priti Patel (pictured last week) will try to deport a group of Jamaican criminals ASAP and accused Labour MPs and ‘do-gooding’ celebrities of insulting Windrush victims Priti Patel today vowed to deport a group of Jamaican criminals ‘as soon as possible’ after she was prevented from kicking them out of Britain by a group of Labour MPs and left-leaning celebrities whose legal challenges are costing the taxpayer millions each year, MailOnline can reveal today. The Home Secretary has also accused ‘do-gooding’ politicians and stars of insulting Windrush victims by comparing the scandal to Britain’s policy of deporting rapists, murderers and thugs after their release from jail. It came as Home Office accounts revealed that last-minute legal challenges that see criminals pulled from planes about to leave the UK is going up each year, reaching £2.2million in the past 12 months. This is up from £2.04million in 2018/19. Thirteen criminals were deported to Jamaica on Wednesday but lawyers for another 23 succeeded in having them removed from the aircraft’s passenger list. Sources close to the Home Secretary have told MailOnline that she wants to try again to deport the Jamaican criminals ‘as soon as possible’. The insider said there was no flight scheduled yet as… Read full this story
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