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Round-the-clock tracking condemned as ‘Trojan horse’ giving government vast surveillance powers that violate human rightsMore than 40 human rights
Black workers spoken of in derogatory way by colleagues at Mitie who handled deportationsAn employment tribunal has said that it was “deeply
My friend Ann Collier, who has died aged 70, was a dedicated senior professional in the criminal justice system, whose work at the Home Office formed
Appeal court ruling means people denied settled status or immigration visas can see records used in the caseEU citizens have won the right to get full
Two mothers from Albania brought the case after their children had to be at appointments where abuse details disclosedThe Home Office must compensate
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Rights groups warn many more survivors face being locked up after MPs back Home Office changeMore victims of trafficking will be locked up in
Exclusive: Torture survivors and lone children stuck in Greece and Italy after Home Office ‘deliberately’ ends cooperation on family reunionsThe Home