UKBA letter to potential deportees institutionalises controversial ‘reserves’ policy

The use of deportation ‘reserves’ continues a year after MPs demanded

Capita gets bigger slice of UK immigration cake, chokes on first bites

Thousands of migrants received threatening text messages over the Christmas holiday

Cost of charter flight deportations increased eight-fold over last decade

The cost of deporting rejected asylum seekers and other migrants on

G4S Company Profile

As security company G4S has grown, it has expanded the range

Monitoring G4S and the new asylum housing landlords

As chaos and confusion dominate the transition to the new G4S

Calais: Olympics border control repression

Members of the group Calais Migrant Solidarity tell Corporate Watch about

G4S dumps UPM, chooses new partners to house asylum seekers

The short-lived affair between G4S and United Property Management (UPM) has

Many reasons to stop G4S

A wave of protests and campaigns against G4S in the UK

New campaign against G4S asylum accommodation Yorkshire

A new campaign has been started in Yorkshire in opposition to

Asylum seekers to be housed by prison guards

The UK Border Agency has announced that its preferred bidders for

Compulsory O2 mobiles for Yarl’s Wood detainees

New detainees arriving at Yarl’s Wood immigration prison, run by outsourcing

Serco accused of negligence and assault in Australia

Events in Australia over the last month have shown outsourcing giant

Serco dismisses self-harm in immigration prisons as ‘bargaining tool’

Two people have died from suspected heart attacks and a third

Barnardo’s: We believe in (locking up) children

Britain’s largest children charity has become the latest target for anti-detention

New detention phone system to keep detainees under control

A new phone system run by a private company will replace