Home Affairs Select Committee says fewer than one in 50 reports of illegal immigration results in a person being removed from the UK
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Sunday 31 March 2013
Leading MP says eventual ruling could have 'huge implications for every citizen'
'That's lightning - a horrendous tool' - expert verdict on one million volt stun guns being illegally shipped into UK
Monday 07 January 2013
BBC documentary has found that in the past three years 500 stun guns have been seized by the Metropolitan Police in London
Sunday 16 December 2012
Children of royal-hoax nurse say tearful farewell at cathedral service
Friday 14 December 2012
Hospital boss says neither staff, Mrs Saldanha's friends or family noticed anything 'to give cause for concern'
Backlog of immigration cases is 'out of control' as MP reveals it is the size of Iceland’s population
Friday 09 November 2012
The number of outstanding asylum and immigration cases rose by 25,000 in three months and is “spiralling out of control”, making the total caseload the equivalent of the population of Iceland, an MP has said.
Monday 23 July 2012
The UK Border Agency faces a backlog of cases equivalent to the population of Newcastle, MPs warned yesterday.
Friday 20 July 2012
Theresa May has revealed that G4 S holds Government and police contracts worth £600m
Friday 13 July 2012
They said they would pay the Government for the pleasure of serving the Olympic spirit – but once they got the contract they'd only do their bit if we paid them £500 million and did the work ourselves. It's there in black and white.
Border staff with limited immigration training will plug gaps at London's Heathrow Airport over summer
Thursday 12 July 2012
Visitors arriving into London’s Heathrow Airport over the summer won’t suffer long queues, but they will be met by border staff with only basic training and little immigration experience, a watchdog’s report warned today.
Thursday 05 July 2012
At least 150,000 migrants have been refused permission to stay in the UK but the authorities do not know how many have left, a watchdog has warned.
Thursday 14 June 2012
More than half of electronically tagged criminals are breaking the terms of their curfews, raising questions about the effectiveness of one of the central planks of the Government's criminal justice agenda. A report by the Inspectorate of Probation has found that 59 per cent of tagged offenders spent more than four hours away from home without authorisation.
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