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Almost 70 MPs and peers have written to the home secretary demanding the deportation is called off.
Activists say plans to deport people before Christmas will tear families apart and put lives at risk amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Transport secretary Grant Shapps announced that travellers arriving in England from those countries after 4am on Saturday will need to self-isolate for 14 days.
A preview of a sketch from the BBC Three show Famalam has been accused of perpetuating "stereotypical racist tropes".
The Home Office said the court ruling did not apply to all of the foreign national offenders due to be deported.
Campaigners say the deportation of around 50 people held near Heathrow cannot go ahead after a Court of Appeal ruling.
MP David Lammy criticises home secretary over people being sent to Jamaica as he asks: "When will black lives matter once again?”
Even after the Windrush scandal, those in power continue to play with the lives of Black people, author Amna Saleem writes.
Cross-party letter signed by more than 150 parliamentarians warns of “unacceptable risk” of removing anyone with potential claim to stay.
Former England international Paul Parker and ex-Wimbledon and Jamaica striker Marcus Gayle call for more action at Labour's party conference in Brighton.