Sajid Javid: Didn’t he say he would end the “hostile environment” policy that is harming so many innocent people?

The “hostile environment” at the Home Office is alive and thriving under Sajid Javid, it seems.

It is surprising that the Tories have claimed they want to make whistleblowing easier.

Can’t they tell from this example that they’ll be overrun by complaints from inside the civil service?

Chaos, incompetence and bullying of Home Office employees is resulting in failed deportations and the unlawful detention of vulnerable and desperate people, whistleblowers allege.

Source: Home Office chaos and incompetence lead to unlawful detentions, claim whistleblowers | UK news | The Guardian


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