To raise awareness in parliament about immigration detention in the UK and its impacts; to connect parliamentarians with relevant research, organisations and experts, including people with lived experience of detention; and to advocate for evidence-based policy reforms and the welfare of detainees.
Found: Immigration Statistics year ending June 2020Detention - Summary TablesPublished: 27 August 2020Next
Found: Immigration Statistics year ending March 2020Detention - Summary TablesPublished: 21 May 2020Next
3. Detention summary tables, year ending December 2020
25/02/2021 - Home Office
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Found: Immigration Statistics year ending December 2020Detention - Summary TablesPublished: 25 February
4. Notices of Amendments as at 19 June 2020
22/06/2020 - Bill Documents
Initial detention: criteria and duration
5. Written evidence submitted by the Law Society of England and Wales (IB09)
16/06/2020 - Bill Documents
Found: Immigration and Social Security Co-ordination (EU Withdrawal) Bill
Written evidence submitted by the
1. Immigration Detention: Victims of Trafficking
27/04/2021 - Westminster Hall
1: this House has considered the effect of immigration detention on potential victims of trafficking.It is - Speech Link
28/04/2021 - Commons Chamber
1: trafficking from being held unnecessarily in immigration detention. The changes are due to come into effect - Speech Link
3. Immigration: Detainee Support
07/07/2020 - Lords Chamber
1: are taking to ensure that no detainee of an immigration removal centre is released without support for - Speech Link
2: Inspector of Prisons about the situation in immigration and detention centres during the pandemic, and the report - Speech Link
3: arbitrary nature of the Home Office’s approach to detention and shown it to be both cruel and unnecessary - Speech Link
4. Immigration Detention: Trafficking and Modern Slavery
09/07/2019 - Westminster Hall
1: are routinely being locked up in Yarl’s Wood detention centre, often for months on end. Instead of offering - Speech Link
2: responsibilities—for modern slavery and for immigration enforcement—sit uncomfortably within the Home - Speech Link
3: trafficking services. Sometimes I have to speak to the immigration wing of the Home Office and explain issues of - Speech Link
5. Immigration Detention: Victims of Modern Slavery
17/07/2019 - Commons Chamber
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Alison Thewliss MP, 33 London Road, Glasgow, G1 5NW. Tel: 0141 552 7117.
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