Home Office immigration enforcement DG Tyson Hepple confirmed the department had been talking to non-governmental organisations about how to add independent oversight
Union voices anger that Disclosure and Barring Service project will not be brought back in-house
HMRC, Defra and cross-departmental borders group urged to update MPs on contingency-planning work
The Home Office showed "little inclination to look seriously" at its resourcing for translating documents, David Bolt said.
“There were warning signs from enough different sources, over a long enough period, to collectively indicate a potential problem that merited further investigation," say auditors
Union says it will fight “tooth and nail” to prevent any publicly-run prisons from transferring into the hands of private operators
Charity will support diversity and innovation in public service
A telephone helpline set up by the Home Office to deal with cases has so far received 25 calls about inappropriate demands for DNA evidence.
Loughborough centre will join new Stoke-on-Trent and Birmingham bases from next year
Alan Singleton and Simon Bruno were fatally shot while undertaking a routine inspection on 22 November 1993
'Low achievement by prisons against inspectorate recommendations has been a feature at some of the prisons that have caused most concern', a spokesperson said.
Penny Mordaunt said the GEO's work would "broaden out" to ensure it supported women "at every stage of their lives".