Search Results for: immigration enforcement

Deportation Charter Flights: updated report 2018

Each year, the UK Home Office deports over 12,000 people in

Court victory against St Mungos and Thames Reach rough sleeper raids: what next?

Migrants and campaigners scored a major legal victory against the government’s

The Hostile Environment: turning the UK into a nation of border cops

A run-down of the Home Office’s “hostile environment” measures against migrants,

Deportation Charter Flights: Collective Expulsion in 2017

Profiling the UK’s mass deportation charter flights and some of the

Home Office contractors ‘expected to lie’, inspection reveals

Security guards from Capita-subsidiary Tascor were “expected to lie” to people

True scale of captive migrant labour revealed

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

Serco risks losing Yarl’s Wood contract after detainee dies

The Home Office is ‘selling off’ Yarl’s Wood Immigration Removal Centre

New briefing on mass deportation charter flights available online

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

New business opportunities: Deportation hostels

In May 2010, the new coalition government committed to ending child

#CoronaCapitalism and the European Border Regime

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to affect people’s lives all over

Wreckers of the Earth: London company directory

Our new “Wreckers of the Earth” map of London identifies planet-killing

New asylum contracts: Mears Group and Migrant Help win big, as G4S loses housing deal

Update: see our new company profile of Mears Group here. A

Detention centre profits: 20% and up for the migration prison bosses

Just how much money do companies make from locking up people

‘Self-audit’ system for detention centres revealed

Home Office ‘self-audit’ system for detention centres revealed The government’s system

UKBA letter to potential deportees institutionalises controversial ‘reserves’ policy

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