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Amnesty campaign on forced removals

Amnesty campaign on forced removals

Amnesty International has launched a campaign to change the way that the UK Border Agency conducts forced removals. The practices used by the private security contractors who do the dirty work for the Border Agency was highlighted earlier this year by the tragic death of Jimmy Mubenga.

Follow this link to participate in the campaign, over on the Amnesty website. The campaign is accompanied by a new briefing, Out of Control: The case for a complete overhaul of enforced removals by private security companies. More information can be found in articles on the Amnesty website itself and on the newly launched HuffPost UK.

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