Britain's DACA? Children of invited laborers caught in 'Windrush' controversy

Britain's DACA? Children of invited laborers caught in 'Windrush' controversyAfter World War II, Britain confronted a dual challenge: a shattered infrastructure that needed urgent work and a severe labor shortage. To solve the problem, the British government invited people from from the British Empire and Commonwealth to move to Britain to help rebuild the country. In 1948, the British Nationality Act gave British citizenship to all people living in the United Kingdom and its colonies, and meant they had full rights to enter and settle in the country.



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