The article says the compensation scheme is complex and slow and adds to the suffering of those who try to claim. It has been estimated that the compensation total could be between £200-£570m. So far £62,198 has been paid out to 36 claimants. "When the scheme was launched, promises were made of a quick service and to 'right the wrongs' but in recent years, many Windrush victims have died before they received a penny or an apology. The tragedies of people like Sarah O’Connor, Jashwa Moses and Hubert Howard should have sparked some urgent changes to the scheme."
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