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Detention centre profits: 20% and up for the migration prison bosses

Just how much money do companies make from locking up people in the UK’s privately run immigration detention centres? Our analysis, the first to study the detention industry overall, suggests that profit rates of 20% or more are standard....

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Detention centre profits: 20% and up for the migration prison bosses

Just how much money do companies make from locking up people

What is the Prison Estates Transformation Programme?

This article is an excerpt from Corporate Watch’s new report Prison

Prison Island: A new report on prison expansion in England, Wales and Scotland

This August, Corporate Watch is releasing its new report on prison

Deportation Charter Flights: updated report 2018

Each year, the UK Home Office deports over 12,000 people in

Deportation targets and the deterrent dogma: UK immigration enforcement from Straw to May

Home Office anti-migrant policies have been built around deportation targets since

G4S: company profile 2018

G4S is one of the world’s biggest security companies, active in

GEO: company profile 2018

GEO is the second largest US private prisons company. It boasted

Serco: company profile 2018

Serco is an outsourcing company that specialises in public sector work.

Mitie: company profile 2018

Mitie is an outsourcing company providing a mixed bag of “facilities

Water bosses’ huge pay packets: analysis

An investigation by Corporate Watch and the GMB union released earlier

Rewards of abuse: detention shambles as G4S’ Brook House contract extended

On Friday 4 May, slipped between the local elections and the

Immigration Detention Centres Factsheet: new edition May 2018

This is a new update of our Detention Centres Factsheet. You

Who is immigration policy for? The media-politics of the hostile environment

Image: Yarl’s Wood detention centre decorated for the royal jubilee in

Carceral Colonialism: Britain’s plan to build a prison wing in Nigeria

The British Government recently announced its intention to build a new

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