Suspicious substance discovered at UK immigration minister’s workplace amid Windrush scandal

LONDON (Reuters) – A suspicious substance has been discovered on the constituency workplace of immigration minister Caroline Nokes, police mentioned on Tuesday, a day after she mentioned some Caribbean immigrants incorrectly recognized as unlawful immigrants could have been deported.

Britain’s Minister of State for Immigration Caroline Nokes arrives in Downing Avenue in London, February 6, 2018. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

Firefighters and paramedics are additionally on the scene and the realm across the workplace in southern England has been evacuated, Hampshire Police mentioned.

“We’ve been referred to as to Market Place, Romsey, following the invention of a suspicious substance,” they added in a press release.

Prime Minister Theresa Might apologized on Tuesday to representatives from 12 Caribbean international locations over latest harsh therapy by immigration bureaucrats of people that arrived in Britain as kids after World Struggle Two.

In latest weeks, police have investigated a number of different probably suspicious packages despatched to British lawmakers, all of which have proved to be innocent.

Reporting By Andrew MacAskill; enhancing by Stephen Addison

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