What is the relevance to StatusNow4All? See the link below to a quote from BA who published a statement stating that ‘under the Immigration Act 1971, the company is legally required to assist the Home Office in forced deportations’. We must be concerned about what is happening behind closed doors in breach of the Ministerial code.
Updated 18 September 2021: i News: Home Office deportation charter flights from UK increased as commercial planes were grounded by Covid
‘The Government has shown contempt towards the countries they send these charter flights to – countries like Jamaica where hospitals are close to breaking point dealing with Covid’
More than 1,100 people have been removed from the UK on controversial Home Office charter flights since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, it can be revealed.
The flights are controversial because little is known about their operation and passengers can be handcuffed or fitted with leg and waist restraints.
There were 54 flights in 2020/21, up from just 12 in the previous year. Seven flights also took off in the first four weeks of the current financial year.
11 September 2021: Mirror: Priti Patel breaks rules again after secret meeting with billionaire and British Airways
Home Secretary Prite Patel held a secret meeting with a billionaire and British Airways – Labour is demanding a probe as she is accused of a second breach of the ministerial codeContinue reading “Priti Patel breaks rules again after secret meeting with billionaire and British Airways”