Cost of charter flight deportations increased eight-fold over last decade

Cost of charter flight deportations increased eight-fold over last decade – Corporate Watch

The cost of deporting rejected asylum seekers and other migrants on specially chartered flights has quadrupled over the last decade, while the number of those deported by this means has dropped by almost a half, an investigation by Corporate Watch and Stop Deportation reveals.

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Corporate Watch and Stop Deportation, a UK-based campaign group focusing on charter flight deportations, are currently working on a joint report examining the various legal aspects of charter flight deportations.

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