Immigrants continue to be detained in “very bad” conditions United Kingdom Despite promises to be upgraded by the ministry Inside, According to a report released on Thursday, December 16th, illegal shortcuts have set records across the English Channel.
The prison services inspector and Dover and Heathrow Independent Oversight Committees, which include government volunteers involved in assessing detention conditions, have visited several facilities over the past three months.
Chief Prisons Inspector Charlie Taylor said that although “previous improvements” were guaranteed in 2020, only “limited improvement” was observed.
“Prisoners, including a large number of helpless minors, still face the worst conditions (in 2021),” he explained.
Anne Urs, head of the organization’s local branch, warned the Interior Ministry that “urgent” action was needed.
The report noted that families with small children had to spend more than 24 hours in tents near Dover, the first port to come from the channel.
Women who claimed they had been raped by abductors also did not receive “adequate support.”
He cited “significant” security issues for unaccompanied minors who are “usually detained” by adults unrelated to them.
In October, when inspectors visited the Taj Haven Center near Dover, they noticed a drop in temperature, especially on double-decker buses sometimes used for pajamas.
They found that many children and adults, including infants, spend the night there and some injuries (burns, cuts and bruises on the legs) go undiagnosed and untreated.
A center in London Heathrow has also cited a shortage of infrastructure and staff, where migrants are being detained before being deported from the UK.
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