Home Affairs Committee

Migration crisis inquiry

Inquiry status Concluded

Report and Government Response published

Report published

After a year-long inquiry, the Home Affairs Committee says EU action to address a crisis it should have foreseen has been "too little, too late", with the EU-Turkey agreement a partial solution at best which raises serious humanitarian, human rights, logistical and legal concerns.

Government Response

Scope of the inquiry

The Home Affairs Committee looks at the migration crisis facing Europe and the situation in Calais.

Terms of reference: Migration crisis


Read all transcripts, written evidence and other material related to the migration crisis inquiry.

Related former inquiry

Oral evidence

  • Oral evidence given on 14 July 2015
    Alan Pughsley QPM, Chief Constable, Kent Police; Richard Burnett, Chief Executive, Road Haulage Association, James Hookham, Deputy Chief Executive, Freight Transport Association, and John Keefe, Director of Public Affairs, Eurotunnel; Rt Hon James Brokenshire MP, Minister for Immigration

Written evidence

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