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Home Affairs Committee
The deadline for written submissions passed on 6 November 2017.
The inquiry explores the capacity of the Home Office to meet this Brexit challenge. This inquiry will be wide-ranging and is expected to run for the duration of this session of Parliament. It will be divided into discrete strands on immigration, policing and security cooperation, and custom controls
Evidence given by David Bolt, Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration; Lucy Moreton, General Secretary, Immigration Service Union, Adrian Berry, Chair, Immigration Law Practitioners' Association (at 10.15am); Helen Kenny, National Officer, FDA, Mike Jones, Group Secretary, Home Office group, Public and Commercial Services Union (at 10.45am)
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Home Affairs Committee examines Home Office’s delivery of immigration services post-Brexit