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Immigration detention inquiry

The most recent Home Office statistics show that in 2017, 85% of asylum-seeking women released from detention were released back into the community, to continue with their asylum claim – so their detention served no purpose.

The Home Affairs Committee is undertaking a short inquiry into immigration detention, following oral evidence sessions on Brook House, Morton Hall and Yarl’s Wood Immigration Removal Centres.

You can see the evidence submitted and further information by clicking the image below.

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