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Home Affairs Committee
Report published on Wednesday 14 February 2018. Awaiting Government Response.
In its report, the Home Affairs Committee raises serious questions about the Home Office’s ability to implement the systems and staffing required to deliver proposed Brexit changes and criticises the continued uncertainty over the status of EU nationals.
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 report warns of serious problems for immigration service delivery and border security