Nadine, from DTRTP, has written a fantastic piece in the Guardian today about how Deepa and Trenton’s victory against Theresa May might signal greater justice in the future for migrants.
You can read it here.
Oldfield and his wife have lived through months of anxiety, facing the possibility that their family, including their five-month-old daughter, could be separated from each other. This anguish is felt by thousands of migrants forcibly removed from Britain every year. Addressing the press following his victory, Oldfield called for attention to be focused on all the other migrants “going through the same process”. Most deportees do not have the cultural capital and support network from which he, as a white middle class man, has benefitted.