Migration

Court victory against St Mungos and Thames Reach rough sleeper raids: what next?

Migrants and campaigners scored a major legal victory against the government’s anti-migrant Hostile Environment regime this week, as the High Court ruled against the mass round-up and deportation of East European rough sleepers. In March, Corporate Watch published our...

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Mace: Building Misery, from UK Mega-Prisons to Forced Labour in the Middle East

In April 2017, Mace was awarded contracts to build six new

Court victory against St Mungos and Thames Reach rough sleeper raids: what next?

Migrants and campaigners scored a major legal victory against the government’s

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.

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

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

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