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Priti Patel today accused Labour MPs and 'do-gooding' celebrities of insulting Windrush victims.
She said it was 'deeply offensive' to liken those unjustly caught up in the scandal to Jamaican rapists, murderers and thugs who are trying to avoid being kicked out of Britain.
'The Windrush scandal is a stain on our country's history,' said the Home Secretary.
Priti Patel accused Labour MPs and 'do-gooding' celebrities of insulting Windrush victims
Outspoken: Supermodel Naomi Campbell 
Naomie Harris, left, and Thandie Newton, right 
Diane Abbott MP 
Bell Ribeiro-Addy MP, left, and David Olusoga, right 
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'That generation made an enormous contribution to our country and Erfahreneladies were wronged by successive governments.
To see ill-informed Labour politicians and do-gooding celebrities attempting to conflate the victims of Windrush with these vile criminals set for deportation is not only misjudged and upsetting but deeply offensive.'
<div class="art-ins mol-factbox floatRHS news" data-version="2" id="mol-567f5ec0-35b6-11eb-aa6f-b7f8085a4bcf" website Patel's fury at stars' insult to Windrush victims