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Home Office publishes reviews of processes in the hostile environment


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Yesterday, the Home Office published a number of reviews of internal data and processes relating to the hostile environment.

The reviews include a range of data, including figures like 450,000 people being flagged as unauthorised migrants or in breach of visa conditions between 2014 and 2018. And moves on from before the Windrush Scandal to examine current compliance data and processes.

The reviews that have been published are:

  1. Developing an evaluation strategy for the compliant environment: review of internal data and processes
  2. Compliant environment: overarching equality impact assessment
  3. A review of external evidence of the compliant environment: Literature systenthis of external evidence and best use of international examples
  4. Right to rent scheme: phase two evaluation
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