Illegal immigrants who survived Grenfell given path to permanent residency
Illegal immigrants who survived the Grenfell Tower fire will be given a clear path to obtaining permanent residency in Britain, the government said today.
Around 80 people died after flames engulfed the social housing block in Kensington on June 14.
It had been difficult to get an exact picture of who was in the tower at the time, as many of the flats were sublet and some of the tenants did not have leave to remain in the UK.
There had been calls for an immigration amnesty to encourage people to come forward and prevent them having still more to deal with.
However, the government previously... read more
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