Exclusive: Official figures reveal a mental health crisis in Britain's immigration detention estate, as the number of people on suicide watch grew by 5% in 2018, to 541 people.
The Home Office Says It Will Continue Funding A Charity That Helps People The UK Deported To Jamaica
After annual funding for the National Organisation of Deported Migrants (NODM) in Jamaica was cut, the charity had to let some staff go.
The Home Office Pulled Funding For A Charity Helping People It Deported To Jamaica, Days Before Announcing Windrush Compensation
Exclusive: The National Organisation of Deported Migrants (NODM) in Jamaica had Home Office funding for the last seven years. It was pulled three days before the compensation package for Windrush victims was announced.
A Vulnerable British Man Has Been Missing Since The Home Office Told Him His Wife Can't Stay In The UK
Carl Allen was devastated when he learnt the Home Office had denied his Jamaican wife of 17 years a visa allowing her to stay in the UK.
The Ministry Of Justice Has Been Accused Of Sitting On Evidence That Undermines Its Drive To Close Courts
Exclusive: Survey data left out of a published MoJ report showed that users of the justice system had a significantly more positive appearance if they had physically been in court.
The Home Office Is Still Owed Most Of The Fines It Has Issued To Employers Using Undocumented Migrants
“It’s just a failed system, really,” the former head of enforcement at the Home Office told BuzzFeed News.
A Home Office Job Advert Is Seeking Low-Paid Admin Temps To Decide If People Are Trafficking Victims
“The low level of pay and the requirements for this job go hand in hand with consistent low quality of decisions for slavery victims in the UK.”
Shadow home secretary Diane Abbott said without proper scrutiny the project could lead to "the same discriminatory mistakes that saw Windrush citizens wrongly labelled as illegal."
The move is one of several announced in a review of legal aid changes, though many feel it does not go far enough. One judge told BuzzFeed News: "To call it a damp squib would be an understatement."
A Man With Credible Fears For His Life Was About To Be Deported To Jamaica Despite Living In The UK Since He Was 5
Romaine, 24, has lived in the UK since early childhood and came to Britain after his father fled the Caribbean following serious death threats for his police work.
Exclusive: Figures obtained by BuzzFeed News show that in August 2018 more than 1,600 children who arrived in Britain alone to seek asylum had been waiting more than a year for a decision.
Exclusive: The Magistrates Association says court reform proposals present “a very real risk of unfair or disproportionate outcomes for the most vulnerable people in our courts”.
Ministry Of Justice Staff Called A BuzzFeed Journalist “Crazy” And A “Bitch” After She Published A Leaked Report
A senior lawyer said heavily redacted internal MoJ messages obtained by BuzzFeed News showed staff were “deliberately frustrating legitimate journalistic inquiry”.
Judges Warn Video Hearings Could Lead To Witnesses Being Coached Off Camera And Footage Appearing On YouTube
Exclusive: A leaked report seen by BuzzFeed News reveals district judges warned of the risk of "the likes of Tommy Robinson" posting videos or broadcasting live on social media.
Exclusive: “The reality is that there has been ... a haemorrhaging of experienced staff, a serious decline in staff and judicial morale, delays in all aspects of process and court systems that are even more broken.”
This Woman Was The Victim Of An Elaborate Visa Fraud But The Home Office Is Not Giving Her Another Chance
Exclusive: More than 40 people thought they had been found executive jobs with visas attached by Amita Solutions. Instead they lost thousands of pounds and their chance of legal status in Britain.
This Couple Are Finally Together In Britain After The Home Office U-Turned On A Decision To Refuse A Visa
"It's absolutely the best Christmas present."
“I’m free now; I can get a job, I can study. I still can’t believe it. I woke up this morning thinking, is this real?”
Exclusive: Sir James Munby, former president of the family court, said there is “a very real concern” about the state of justice.
Exclusive: Ministers have been warned that women fleeing abusive partners could see a sudden cut in their benefits because new transitional protections stop if a relationship ends.