Poorly Managed Organisational Change Leads to Backlog of Asylum Casework

A poorly managed change programme for asylum casework had resulted in the rapid loss of experienced staff, which led to a backlog of over 13,000 cases by the end of 2013. These were the findings in the Chief Inspector of ... published July 15, 2014

No Effective Home Office Strategy to Tackle Asylum Support Fraud

The Home Office was deciding applications for asylum support fairly, but a poorly managed organisational change had led to deterioration in service, and an increase in the number of recipients of asylum support. In his report on Asylum Support the ... published

Powers to Remove ‘Cleary Unfounded’ Asylum Claimants Quickly not being Fully Utilised

Removals of applicants whose asylum claims were certified as ‘clearly unfounded’ were happening quicker than others. However, the Home Office was not using these powers to their full extent. These were the key findings in the Chief Inspector of Borders ... published