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Written Answers — House of Lords: Asylum Seekers (30 Nov 2009)

Lord West of Spithead: The attached table shows information on the number of principal asylum applicants accepted at Oakington, Harmondsworth and Yarl's Wood detained fast track centres in each of the years 2000 to 2008. Information on immigration and asylum are published annually and quarterly. Annual statistics for 2008 and the latest statistics for Q3 2009 are available from the Library of the House and from the...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Asylum Seekers ( 8 Dec 2009)

Lord West of Spithead: The attached table shows information on the number of principal asylum applicants accepted at Oakington, Harmondsworth and Yarl's Wood detained fast-track centres, of which asylum applicants subsequently achieved refugee status or humanitarian protection in each of the years 2000 to 2008. Information on immigration and asylum is published annually and quarterly. Annual statistics for 2008 and...

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Department: Immigration Removal Centre (25 Jul 2007)

Liam Byrne: Following the disturbances at Harmondsworth Immigration Removal Centre last November and Campsfield House Immigration Removal Centre in March this year, Mr. Robert Whalley CB was asked to carry out an inquiry into the circumstances leading to both events. I can announce that the inquiry is now complete and that the resulting report has been published today. I am grateful to Mr. Whalley and...

Written Answers — Home Department: Asylum/Immigration (19 Jun 2006)

Liam Byrne: ..., at Haslar on 31 January 2003 and at Dungavel on 23 July 2004. We await the Coroner's verdict in a further five cases of apparently self-inflicted death. Details of these are: 19 July 2004 at Harmondsworth, 7 November 2004 at Colnbrook, 27 June 2005 at Campsfield House, 15 September 2005 at Yarl's Wood, 19 January 2006 at Harmondsworth. Figures for self-harm incidents for 2004-05,...

Written Answers — Home Department: Immigrants: Detainees (11 Feb 2014)

John Martin McDonnell: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department (1) many immigration detainees have been transferred from Colbrook Immigration Removal Centre to Harmondsworth Immigration Removal Centre in each of the last 12 months; (2) how many immigration detainees have been transferred from Harmondsworth Immigration Removal Centre to Colnbrook Immigration Removal Centre in each of the last 12...

Written Answers — Home Department: Prison Service (18 Dec 2006)

John Martin McDonnell: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department (1) how many Prison Service staff attended the Harmondsworth Immigration Removal Centre after 28 November to assist in dealing with the incident which occurred there on that date; (2) what the cost was of seconding prison staff from gaols in England and Wales to attend the incident at the Harmondsworth Immigration Removal Centre on 28...

Immigration: Harmondsworth — Question ( 3 Mar 2016)

Lord Rosser: ...that the report, “highlights substantial concerns in most of our tests of a healthy custodial establishment”. He also states that many of the concerns that were identified in 2013, when Harmondsworth IRC was run by the GEO Group, have not been rectified, and in some respects matters have deteriorated since then, even though since September 2014 the Harmondsworth site has been run for...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Harmondsworth Immigration Removal Centre (27 Nov 2002)

Lord Filkin: ...that the person will fail to comply with any conditions attached to the grant of temporary admission or release. It necessarily follows therefore that there will be asylum applicants detained at Harmondsworth Immigration Removal Centre whose cases have not been finally decided. The most recent published statistics indicate that, as at 29 June 2002, there were 385 persons detained at...

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Harmondsworth Centre, Heathrow (Detentions) (23 Dec 1976)

Dr Shirley Summerskill: I acknowledge that the people concerned at Heathrow and Harmondsworth are doing a responsible job, often in very difficult conditions. Having visited Harmondsworth myself, I can assure the House that the conditions there are as good as can be expected in the circumstances.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Asian Community (28 Jun 1979)

Mr Timothy Raison: We have no desire to see young children kept at Harmondsworth. However, occasionally there seems to be no alternative. In the eight weeks since the general election 49 children have been detained at Harmondsworth against 66 in the corresponding period in 1978 when the Labour Government were in office.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Immigration Detainees: Language Support (17 Nov 2003)

Lord Lester of Herne Hill: asked Her Majesty's Government: Following publication of the Harmondsworth report (An Inspection of Harmondsworth Immigration Removal Centre 16–18 September 2002), what measures have been taken to ensure that detainees have access to competent legal advice in a language they can understand.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Immigration Detainees: Children (17 Nov 2003)

Lord Lester of Herne Hill: asked Her Majesty's Government: Following publication of the Harmondsworth report (An Inspection of Harmondsworth Immigration Removal Centre 16–18 September 2002), whether they have plans to review the detention of children in removal centres for longer than seven days.

Written Answers — Home Department: Harmondsworth Detention Centre ( 2 Feb 2006)

Tony McNulty: There has been one apparently self-inflicted death at Harmondsworth in the last six months. Twenty-six detainees have self-harmed at Harmondsworth since the beginning of July 2005. Of these, five detainees were already on watch procedures prior to self-harming. Following each incident, the detainee concerned was placed on a watch.

Written Answers — Home Department: Harmondsworth Centre ( 8 Jan 2007)

John Reid: Of the detainees resident in Harmondsworth immigration removal centre on 29 November, none were bailed. However 422 detainees were transferred to other places of detention: 309 to other immigration removal centres, 102 to Prison Service accommodation and 11 to police stations, while 60 remained in Harmondsworth.

Written Answers — Home Department: Harmondsworth Centre ( 8 Jan 2007)

John Reid: The Contract between Harmondsworth detention services and the Secretary of State for the Home Department ('the Authority') to run Harmondsworth IRC does not include provision for the Authority's press office to deal with press inquiries on behalf of the contractor (a) at all times and (b) in response to specific events.

Written Answers — Home Department: Harmondsworth Centre ( 9 Jan 2007)

Nick Clegg: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many immigration detainees held other than at Harmondsworth and assessed as (a) low, (b) medium and (c) high risk were bailed as a result of the disturbances at Harmondsworth on 30 November; and with how many the Immigration and Nationality Directorate has now lost contact.

Written Answers — Home Department: Harmondsworth Centre ( 9 Jan 2007)

John Reid: Harmondsworth IRC is fully insured. Harmondsworth Detention Services Ltd., which operates the Centre under contract with the Secretary of State for the Home Department, is liable for a share of the policy deductible. I am considering any potential liabilities of the Contractor and the insurers in relation to the costs of bringing the disturbance under control.

Written Answers — Home Department: Harmondsworth (17 Jan 2007)

John Martin McDonnell: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department (1) when his Department asked for a payout from the contractor Kalyx with regard to its contractual failures at Harmondsworth detention centre; (2) what the contractual failures at Harmondsworth detention centre were that led to the payout from the contractor Kalyx in September 2006.

Written Answers — Home Department: Harmondsworth Centre ( 1 Mar 2007)

John Reid: Harmondsworth Detention Services Ltd. (HDSL) that operates Harmondsworth IRC is not liable to reimburse the Secretary of State's departmental costs for the handling of press inquiries relating to the disturbances of 29 November.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Immigration: Harmondsworth (22 Jul 2008)

the Earl of Sandwich: asked Her Majesty's Government: What factors have contributed to the success of the welfare team at Harmondsworth Immigration Removal Centre since the HM Inspector of Prisons' report on Harmondsworth Immigration Removal Centre of 2006; what improvements can still be made; and how this achievement can be repeated in other detention centres.


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