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

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

MSC: a profile of one of Europe’s worst polluters

The European Network of Corporate Observatories, of which Corporate Watch is

Who is building the mega-prisons?

Last summer, the British Government announced plans to build four new

Out Now: TECH, our new book on technology

Technology is everywhere. Its influence on our lives is enormous. But

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

Pemberstone Group: we profile the company trying to demolish 70 homes in a Leeds estate

After a two-year long battle by families to save their homes,

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

Government announces plans to build four more mega-prisons

On Sunday 28th June 2020, the British Government announced plans to

“You despicable beasts”: Dignity Funerals and commodified death in the spotlight

by Samantha Fletcher and William McGowan In late March 2020, Dignity

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

At the start of 2019 we published a profile on Mears

UK deportations 2020: how BA, Easyjet and other airlines collaborate with the border regime

On 30 April, with UK airports largely deserted during the Covid-19