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More than 120 people affected by the Windrush scandal attended a special meeting last night to find out how they can claim compensation from the government.
Teams from the Home Office were in the city to help people who were forced to prove they had the right to be in the UK.
Attendees were told there is no cap on the amount of compensation a person can receive and that relatives of those affected can also make a claim.
Desmond Jaddoo, who helped organise the event, said he hopes it will help bring a resolution to what's been a stressful time for many.
Paulette was threatened with deportation to Jamaica despite living in the UK for 50 years.
David Lammy questions why details about the caps on Windrush compensation payments were "quietly published online" and criticised the £10,000 limit for those wrongly deported
Up to £200m could be paid to people affected by the Windrush scandal. Glenda Caesar lost her job.
Cllr Sarah Hacker, Jeff Jones from Barbados & Friends Association and Grace Powell from Basingstoke Caribbean Society announce a series of events celebrating the achievements of the Windrush community.