Fixing refugee family reunion system not a Home Office priority, inspector says

The government’s immigration inspector, like the rest of us, is a little fed up with Home Office spin. David Bolt published the results of an re-inspection of the refugee family reunion process today with the acid comment: Predictably, the Home Office’s formal response accentuates the positives in my report… Mr Bolt goes on to agree that things do “appear to be moving in the right direction” since his 2016 inspection of family reunion, but notes that eight out of the ten recommendations made on the back of that investigation and accepted by the Home Office remain “open” two years on. (The department has form on this). Those recommendations included improving…

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