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The borders system which has landed taxpayers with a £220m bill is failing to count one in five travellers, it has emerged. The Home Office was yesterday ordered to pay the sum, including £50m of damages, to US defence giant Raytheon over the Government’s termination of the eBorders contract. The Daily Mail reports th...
PCS press release Commenting on the news that the Home Office has been ordered to pay £224 million to a US firm as a result of the e boarders case PCS General Secr...
Keith Vaz has described the Government's handling of a contract for a new eBorders scheme as "catastrophic". “It’s a catastrophic result. The Government will be ...
Sir John Major explained why the Conservative party had appealed to him, and praised the “guts and the drive” of immigrants who worked for a better life. “There i...
Labour press release Responding to news that a double murderer is being allowed into the country due to incompetence and the missing of deadlines by the Home Offi...
Responding to the comments from the Deputy Prime Minister on the Government's failure to meet its net migration target, Shadow Immigration Minister David Hanson MP s...
19/08/2014 on Today, BBC Radio 4
13/08/2014 on Reflections with Peter Hennessy, BBC Radio 4
05/08/2014 on Sky News
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