Migration

New asylum contracts: Mears Group and Migrant Help win big, as G4S loses housing deal

A private “social housing” business, Mears Group, is about to become one of the UK’s biggest refugee landlords, winning three ten year asylum accommodation contracts from the Home Office worth a total £1.15 billion. When the contracts start in...

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New asylum contracts: Mears Group and Migrant Help win big, as G4S loses housing deal

A private “social housing” business, Mears Group, is about to become

Coming Soon: WORLDS END!

Doom, despair, denial, depression, IT’S THE END OF THE WORLD!!!! These

Kier: Building controversy

Kier is a multinational construction company and the principal contractor building

Who owns your water and how they’ll try to keep it

If water privatisation is ended, one group in particular is going

The Doctors Laboratory: directors and shareholders enjoy huge returns while couriers fight for better pay

Couriers working for The Doctors Laboratory (TDL), the UK’s biggest pathology

New mega-prison for Glasgow

A new mega-prison is to be built in Glasgow after an

New ‘Secure School’ as part of a wave of new children’s prisons

The Government has announced its plans to create a new ‘Secure

Techno-Fantasies and Eco-Realities

What role does technology play in our ecologically sustainable future, and

Tidemill: the Lewisham councillors pushing demolition and gentrification

As Deptford residents rally against the destruction of Tidemill community gardens

Tidemill: County Enforcement – Lewisham Council’s private army in skull masks

As we write this, about 50 burly security guards are surrounding

Tidemill: Peabody Housing Association – from social landlord to big business

Peabody Housing is one of the UK’s biggest landlords. After its

Tidemill: factsheet on the battle for Deptford

Early in the morning of 29 October around 150 bailiffs and

Foster Care Associates sold to private equity firm CapVest Partners

One of the UK’s biggest private foster care companies is being

Treasury commits to funding new mega-prisons

The government’s plans to build two new mega-prisons has been re-affirmed

Ambassadors of Corporate Crime

Ambassadors of Corporate Crime (by David Whyte) In the midst of