The Government’s actions have caused a huge injustice against those falsely accused of cheating on English language tests for visas. Its disregard for the impact on people’s lives and reputations is shameful. Many lives have been ruined.
Many have gone to court and proved the Government wrong, but at great cost to themselves and the British taxpayer. The simplest, fairest, and most cost-effective solution for everyone is to allow those accused of cheating to re-sit the test.
But this scandal also feeds into a wider pattern of behaviour and culture in the Home Office, as seen with the Windrush scandal. It's vital the Home Office change tack.
See here to read further about the scandal.