The inspection examined the Home Office’s identification and handling of migrants first encountered away from a port of entry, having entered the UK concealed in a commercial vehicle, and those migrants seeking to cross the English Channel in ‘small boats’.Continue reading “An inspection of the Home Office’s response to in-country clandestine arrivals”
Published 11 November 2020: The inspection focused on how well the language needs of asylum applicants were being met but the findings will have a wider relevance. The Home Office accepted all three of the recommendations.
Publishing the report, David Bolt said:Continue reading “Inspection report published: An inspection of the Home Office’s use of language services in the asylum process”
Published 11 November 2020: The inspection looked at how the various long-running resettlement schemes had performed up to March 2020, and what lessons the Home Office should be taking forward into any new scheme.Continue reading “An inspection of UK Refugee Resettlement Schemes (November 2019 – May 2020)”