Canada’s 100 top-paid CEOs saw their compensation increase in 2020: report

David Macdonald, senior economist at the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, shares his report’s findings that despite the pandemic, Canada’s 100 highest-paid CEOs saw, on average, their compensation increase in 2020.

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U.S. ends talks over compensation for families separated under Trump

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Windrush compensation scheme success ‘woefully inadequate’

Only around 800 people have received compensation for the Windrush scandal, according to human rights lawyer Jacqueline McKenzie.

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Missouri Gives Strickland His Freedom, But No Compensation For Decades Lost In Prison

Ali Velshi reports on the local outrage that the state of Missouri is not offering Kevin Strickland any compensation for the 43 years he spent in prison on a wrongful conviction, discharging him from prison with essentially nothing to his name. 
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Windrush: Home Office should no longer run compensation scheme, say MPs

MPs have criticised the way the Windrush compensation scheme operates and called for the Home Office to be stripped of responsibility for running it.

The cross-party Commons Home Affairs Committee said the scheme should be transferred to an independent organisation to increase trust and encourage more applications.

The MPs said the design of the scheme contained the same "bureaucratic insensitivities" that led to the Windrush scandal in the first place, which was a "damning indictment of the Home Office".

We also spoke to Anthony Bryan, a victim of the Windrush scandal, who had lived and worked in the UK for 50 years when he was wrongly classified as an illegal immigrant and almost deported.

5 Investigates: Judge allows compensation lawsuit in wrongful conviction case

Fred Weichel, who spent 36 years in prison for a murder he insists he did not commit, can move forward with his lawsuit against the state seeking monetary compensation for a wrongful conviction.

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