In this reposted article from CORPORATE WATCH, we see how Air Partner and Carlson Wagonlit are the grease spinning the wheels of the UK deportation machine, organising logistics for mass-deportation flights for years. INTERNATIONAL travel megacorp Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT) holds a £5.7 million, seven-year contract with the Home Office for the “provision of travelContinue reading “Air Partner: the Home Office’s little-known deportation fixer”
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More people die in Home Office asylum-seeker accommodation in first six months of 2022 than in the whole of 2021
MORE people have died while housed at Home Office asylum-seeker accommodation in the first six months of this year than in the whole of 2021, The Civil Fleet can reveal. Twenty-one people, including two newborn babies, died while being housed by the Home Office between January 1 and June 30 this year, figures in aContinue reading “More people die in Home Office asylum-seeker accommodation in first six months of 2022 than in the whole of 2021”
Choose Love: why is the charity funder quitting Calais this Christmas?
To find out, CORPORATE WATCH speaks with some who worked with the organisation and explores its links with a private equity fund that has a Tory Lord on its board THINGS will be even more desperate in Calais and Dunkirk this Christmas. Many charities working to support migrants there depend on funding from one organisation:Continue reading “Choose Love: why is the charity funder quitting Calais this Christmas?”