Migration

Camp Residents of Penally: an interview with refugees organising inside the Home Office’s military camp

Last week we published a profile of Clearsprings, the outsourcing company that runs two former military bases in Kent and Wales as refugee housing for the Home Office. After the report came out, residents inside the Penally camp asked...

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Who is building the mega-prisons?

Last summer, the British Government announced plans to build four new

Out Now: TECH, our new book on technology

Technology is everywhere. Its influence on our lives is enormous. But

Camp Residents of Penally: an interview with refugees organising inside the Home Office’s military camp

Last week we published a profile of Clearsprings, the outsourcing company

Privilege Style: the Home Office’s deportation airline of last resort

Lot of privilege, no style On 2 December the UK Home

Clearsprings: Migrant Camp Profiteers

The government has hastily-adapted military bases into camps to hold people

Coming Soon: Corporate Watch Guide to Technology

Corporate Watch will soon publish a new book: ‘TECH: A Guide

Event: How to Stop a Mega-Prison

A member of Corporate Watch will be speaking at this event

Hi Fly: airline profiting from deportations while owners decry ‘desperate plight of migrants’

The government’s attempts to hastily expel Channel-crossing migrants on charter flights

Pemberstone Group: we profile the company trying to demolish 70 homes in a Leeds estate

After a two-year long battle by families to save their homes,

Cast away: the UK’s rushed charter flights to deport Channel crossers

A collaborative report with Calais Migrant Solidarity and friends Warning: this

#CoronaCapitalism and the European Border Regime

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to affect people’s lives all over

Government announces plans to build four more mega-prisons

On Sunday 28th June 2020, the British Government announced plans to

“You despicable beasts”: Dignity Funerals and commodified death in the spotlight

by Samantha Fletcher and William McGowan In late March 2020, Dignity

UK deportations 2020: how BA, Easyjet and other airlines collaborate with the border regime

On 30 April, with UK airports largely deserted during the Covid-19