Despite leaving earlier than scheduled in the small hours of last night, it is estimated that the courts stopped around 35 people from being deported on the charter flight to Jamaica.
One case involves a person who came to this country as an 11 year old. The Home Office had to take him off the flight after being forced to acknowledge that he may be been the victim of trafficking by county lines gangs.
This is due process that would never have happened if the Home Secretary had got her way. The evidence just keeps on piling up that the Home Office is unfit to make such judgements until the reccomendations of the Windrush Lessons Learned Review are implemented in full.