Migration Archive

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

[responsivevoice_button] Britain’s largest children charity has become the latest target for

New detention phone system to keep detainees under control

[responsivevoice_button] A new phone system run by a private company will

Air Europa

Air Europa reluctant to talk about the ‘delicate subject’ of forcible

New business opportunities: Deportation hostels

[responsivevoice_button] In May 2010, the new coalition government committed to ending

Mitie Company Profile

Mitie started life as a cleaning company but now provides a

Deportees get new escorts: Reliance

[responsivevoice_button] A multimillion-pound contract to manage ‘detainee escort services’ on behalf

Grounding deportation airlines

[responsivevoice_button] This month saw a number of mass deportation flights to

Lobbing a spanner into the deportation machine

[responsivevoice_button] During a Week of Action Against the Deportation Machine, called

Missed Appointments: The Nigerian prince and the UK failed immigration system

[responsivevoice_button] Last February The Independent ran a story about a Nigerian

Coach parties and deportation: An open letter to WH Tours

[responsivevoice_button] Dear WH Tours, We understand that WH Tours is subcontracted

Protests against Serco in solidarity with Yarl’s Wood hunger strikers

[responsivevoice_button] An ongoing mass hunger strike by migrant women detained at

Conditions at G4S Immigration Prison ‘Worse and Worse’

[responsivevoice_button] Since it opened earlier this year, the UK’s newest and

Air Italy pulls out of deportation contract after pressure from campaigners

[responsivevoice_button] Air Italy, the airline that carried some 40 Iraqi refugees

Arora, the latest detention profiteer

[responsivevoice_button] Activists from No Borders London staged a protest last week

No Angel at Celebrating Sanctuary this year

[responsivevoice_button] The Angel Group, the UK’s biggest private asylum accommodation provider,