Migration

Mitie wins deportation ‘escorting’ contract

Outsourcing corporation Mitie has announced that it will be taking over the Home Office contract to manhandle migrants onto deportation flights. It will replace Capita’s subsidiary Tascor in this role, starting from May 2018. The so-called “escorting” contract includes...

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Mitie wins deportation ‘escorting’ contract

Outsourcing corporation Mitie has announced that it will be taking over

Lendlease: development creeps

Lendlease is a global property developer and construction company based in

South West Water: pollution, floods and profits

South West Water charges the people of Devon and Cornwall some

Deliveroo: where’s the money?

Deliveroo is one of the UK’s most valuable tech firms yet

CalaisResearch: mapping the deals that make the deadly border

One year after the Jungle eviction, the hunt against migrants in

Southern Rail: ‘depressing, exhausting and frustrating’

As another strike begins, problems on the Southern Rail route continue.

The Home Care Business

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Short, badly paid and late: home care in England and Wales

CM2000 Care Management, one of the call monitoring systems used by

The Foster Care Business

Jim Cockburn and Janet Rees from Foster Care Associates (www.thefca.co.uk) Almost

G4S and Carlson Wagonlit: profiteers scrabble for more Home Office contracts

This week secret filming by a brave whistleblower gave a glimpse

Trauma, Death and Profits – Youth Prisons in the UK

This August, Corporate Watch were asked to support a Global Week

‘We give them the language to hide what they are doing’: a CSR insider spills the beans

Corporate Social Responsibility: what’s it all about? Corporate Watch spoke to

Vinci, Company Profile

Corporate Watch profiles controversial French construction giant, Vinci. Key points Vinci

Exploring and opposing green capitalism

On 8 May Corporate Watch held a symposium on green capitalism,

Iraqi deportations: the airlines helping the Home Office deport refugees to war zones

The Home Office is trying to deport dozens of refugees to