Windrush victim says Home Office ‘waiting for us to die off’ before paying compensation

Five years after payment scheme launched, a former soldier says delays mean plan should be run independently

A former soldier who was a victim of the Windrush scandal has said he fears the government is “waiting for us to die off” before it pays compensation.

Conroy Downie, 67, and his daughter Katie Wilson-Downie have helped advise thousands of people affected by the Windrush scandal and have called for the compensation scheme to be run independently instead of by the Home Office.

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