A terrible day for the UK Border Agency, as Peers describe its culture of disbelief, its abuse of torture victims, the denial of legal representation, dawn raids on pregnant mothers, the perils of outsourcing, ‘loutish and aggressive’ behaviour, deaths by G4S, and that’s not all . . .
In a bruising House of Lords debate on the Border Agency yesterday, former chief inspector of prisons, Lord Ramsbotham, criticised the Crown Prosecution Service decision not to prosecute security company G4S over the death of asylum seeker Jimmy Mubenga. Continue reading “Lord Ramsbotham, former chief inspector of prisons, attacks ‘perverse’ decision not to prosecute G4S over Mubenga death”