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Written Answers — Home Department: Immigration: Detention Centres (22 May 2007)

Damian Green: ...were called to (i) Campsfield House Immigration Removal Centre, (ii) Colnbrook Immigration Removal Centre, (iii) Dover Immigration Removal Centre, (iv) Dungavel Immigration Removal Centre, (v) Harmondsworth Immigration Removal Centre, (vi) Haslar Immigration Removal Centre, (vii) Lindholme, (viii) Oakington, (ix) Tinsley House Immigration Removal Centre and (x) Yarls Wood Immigration...

Asylum Seekers: Torture Victims (17 May 2007)

Lord Avebury: My Lords, the Minister may be satisfied with the effectiveness of the process, but Anne Owers, the chief inspector, in three successive reports on Dungavel, Campsfield House and Harmondsworth, found that healthcare staff were not trained in handling victims of torture. Although pro forma letters were sent to the IND in accordance with Rule 35, notifying allegations of torture, there was...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Immigration: Detention Centres (16 Apr 2007)

Baroness Scotland of Asthal: Since December 2005, there have been two incidents of damage to immigration centres: Harmondsworth on 28 to 29 November 2006; and Campsfield House on 14 March 2007. Mr Robert Whalley is currently carrying out an investigation into the disturbance at Harmondsworth immigration removal centre. This will establish the lessons to be learnt for the management of the immigration detainees and for...

Asylum Seekers (28 Mar 2007)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...meantime. Secondly, there is the question of detention, which sits with that issue. My hon. Friend the Member for Hayes and Harlington (John McDonnell) will be well aware of the lack of safety in Harmondsworth detention centre. Anne Owers last year described the centre, which holds 500 men facing deportation at any time, as having slipped into "a culture wholly at odds with its stated...

Written Answers — Home Department: Immigration Detention (22 Mar 2007)

Liam Byrne: I am advised that during the period from 10 December 2006 to 10 January 2007, admission has been possible within the London male immigration detention estate. Harmondsworth, Colnbrook and Tinsley House Immigration Removal Centres).

Public Bill Committee: UK Borders Bill: Clause 32 (20 Mar 2007)

Damian Green: .... It also spills over, hugely dramatically and unfortunately, to the immigration removal estate. Only last week there were more disturbances at one of the centres and at the end of last year the Harmondsworth centre was so seriously damaged that it had to be evacuated. People in the immigration removal service have told me, as they will have told Ministers even more forcefully, that...

Public Bill Committee: UK Borders Bill: Clause 28 (15 Mar 2007)

Damian Green: ...of a Home Secretary. Now we are just trying to lock them up anywhere. Indeed, only yesterday, we saw that the Government are putting such people in immigration detention centres. At places such as Harmondsworth and Campsfield, violence and serious disorder has ensued. That is not only bad in itself, but bad for the future operation of detention estates.

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Department: Campsfield House Immigration Removal Centre (15 Mar 2007)

Liam Byrne: ...suffering from the effects of smoke inhalation. All were subsequently discharged. Robert Whalley CB, a retired senior civil servant, will extend his investigation into the recent disturbance at Harmondsworth Removal Centre to cover this incident. Campsfield House holds up to 200 detainees and was operating at near full capacity at the time of the disturbance. Sixty of the detainees at...

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

Nick Clegg: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department whether the private contractor running Harmondsworth Immigration Detention Centre will reimburse his Department for the costs of handling press inquiries in relation to the disturbances on 29 November.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Immigration Centres (19 Feb 2007)

Richard Ottaway: ...prisons, the Minister has adopted a policy of moving foreign national criminals from prisons into detention centres, which has caused tensions such as those that we saw at the time of the riots at Harmondsworth. Will she now openly admit that that failed policy has been a complete disaster?

Written Answers — House of Lords: Immigration: Harmondsworth Removal Centre (19 Feb 2007)

Lord Avebury: asked Her Majesty's Government: Whether they will ask the prisons ombudsman to conduct an independent inquiry into the aetiology of the 27 November 2006 disturbances at Harmondsworth immigration removal centre.

Written Answers — Home Department: Harmondsworth Centre ( 7 Feb 2007)

Nick Clegg: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department pursuant to the answer of 8 January 2007, Official Report, column 449W, on Harmondsworth Centre, if he will undertake to make public the results of the inquiry.

Sentencing/Prison Overcrowding ( 6 Feb 2007)

Edward Garnier: ....' The report continues: "The Home Office normally has 2,680 detention spaces for holding illegals and failed asylum seekers, but capacity is currently down by 440 following last year's...riots at Harmondsworth. More than two months after the failed asylum seekers" destroyed the centre, "it is fit to house only 60 detainees." However, the e-mails that have been discovered "reveal that,...

Orders of the Day: UK Borders Bill ( 5 Feb 2007)

Damian Green: ...Bills passed by the Government on the real world. Let us consider the current efficiency of the Home Office and its immigration system. Let us look at what has happened in the past few months: the Harmondsworth riot, when, owing to rioting by inmates, 150 immigration detainees were bailed or freed from the immigration estate; the statement by the head of removals at the IND that he did not...

Written Answers — Home Department: Harmondsworth (29 Jan 2007)

John Martin McDonnell: ...is entitled (a) to withhold payments from the contractor, (b) to fine the contractor and (c) to terminate the contract with the contractor with regard to the contract with Kalyx concerning Harmondsworth detention centre.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Immigration: Harmondsworth Removal Centre (23 Jan 2007)

Lord Avebury: asked Her Majesty's Government: Whether they will provide a breakdown of the persons detained at Harmondsworth immigration removal centre on 27 November 2006 showing the average length of detention under Immigration Act powers and the nationalities of those detained (a) for fast tracking, (b) for removal or deportation following a custodial sentence for a criminal offence and (c) others,...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Immigration: Harmondsworth Removal Centre (18 Jan 2007)

Baroness Anelay of St Johns: asked Her Majesty's Government: Why night staff at Harmondsworth Immigration Removal Centre have only limited access to ligature cutters which can be used to save those who may try to hang themselves; and whether they will take steps to increase staff access to ligature cutters.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Immigration: Harmondsworth Removal Centre (18 Jan 2007)

Lord Avebury: asked Her Majesty's Government: Whether they will give a breakdown of the persons who were discharged from Harmondsworth Immigration Removal Centre during the third quarter of 2006, showing how many were (a) granted bail; (b) granted temporary admission; (c) released for any other reason; (d) removed; and (e) transferred to another immigration removal centre or prison.

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 (17 Jan 2007)

John Martin McDonnell: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what changes have been made to the contract with Kalyx following the incident at Harmondsworth detention centre on 29 November 2006.


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