Migration Archive

2021 UK charter deportations: a balance sheet

Last year, the Home Office deported a total of 1,305 people

Refugees are being housed in infested hotels by the Home Office’s slum landlords

This article is part of a joint investigation with The Canary

Choose Love: why is the charity funder quitting Calais this Christmas?

Things will be even more desperate in Calais and Dunkirk this

Home Office set to advertise £385 million private border security contracts

Border Force, the Home Office unit patrolling the UK’s external borders,

Deportation airlines return to Afghanistan to cash in on evacuation flights

Several airlines involved in the recent evacuation from Kabul have been

The Home Office deportation drive against Channel-crossing migrants: a balance sheet

Between August and December 2020, in the run-up to Brexit, the

Evelop / Barceló Group: deportation planes from Spain

The Barceló Group is a leading Spanish travel and hotel company

The two sides of TUI: crisis-hit holiday giant turned deportation specialist

2020 was a rough year for the tourism industry, with businesses

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

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

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

Mears Group 2020 update: scandal-ridden landlord under fire from Glasgow to Gloucester

At the start of 2019 we published a profile on Mears