Migration

True scale of captive migrant labour revealed

Companies are potentially saving millions by paying asylum-seekers just £1 an

£1 minimum wage for migrant workers

Corporate Watch is starting an investigation into the scale of detainee

Neglect verdict at Brian Dalrymple inquest

• Home Office contractors agree “significant” financial settlement • 77-year-old locum

Medical care in UK detention a ‘lamentable failure’

Doctor who saw the American tourist before his death knew neither

A shareholder activist’s account of the G4S AGM

The G4S AGM, on 5 June 2014, passed with predictable controversy.

Brian Dalrymple inquest day 4: Serco on the stand

Serco guard that collected Dalrymple from Harmondsworth was not meant to

Brian Dalrymple Inquest: Day 1

Who takes responsibility when a detainee dies in custody: the State

Mitie’s Campsfield £1m fire damage

Outsourcing firm Mitie could be liable for a £924,300 bill after

Out of the frying pan…

Mitie, the company the Home Office has chosen to run some

Serco surrender flagship detention centre to Mitie

Serco have given up a lucrative government contract to detain hundreds

New briefing on mass deportation charter flights available online

Corporate Watch has just released a new briefing on deportations, focusing

Campaigners commemorate 20 years of resistance at Campsfield detention centre

Almost 200 people gathered outside Campsfield ‘House’ Immigration Removal Centre in

Private jet booked for hunger-striker deportation

The Home Office have chartered a private jet in their bid

Yarl’s Wood women: ‘We are not street dogs’

Over 30 women are on hunger strike at the notorious Yarl’s

New immigration prison planned for Portland, south-west England

The Ministry of Justice is considering plans to convert Her Majesty’s