A Quiet Word:
Lobbying, Crony Capitalism
and Broken Politics in Britain

The UK Border Agency (UKBA) was the border control agency of the British government and part of the Home Office. It was formed as an executive agency on 1 April 2008 by a merger of the Border and Immigration Agency (BIA), UKvisas and the Detection functions of HM Revenue and Customs. The decision to create a single border control organisation was taken following a Cabinet Office report. [1]
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March 2013

February 2013

December 2012

November 2012

  • Jonathan Sedgwick, Director of International Operations and Visas, UK Border Agency gave evidence related to Examination of Witness on 27 Nov. [6]

September 2012

June 2012

May 2012

December 2011

November 2011

October 2011

  • Phil Taylor, Regional Director, Scotland and Northern Ireland, UK Border Agency gave evidence related to the family return project on 31 Oct. [14]

September 2011

May 2011

March 2011

  • Jonathan Sedgwick, Acting Chief Executive, UKBA gave evidence related to Work Routes on 28 Mar. [18]
  • Matthew Coats, Head of Immigration Group, UKBA gave evidence related to Work Routes on 28 Mar. [18]

January 2011

November 2010

July 2010

  • Ms Lin Homer CB, Chief Executive, UK Border Agency gave evidence related to Immigration Cap on 20 Jul. [22]
  • BARONESS NEVILLE-JONES, a Member of the House, Minister of State for Security and Counter-terrorism, MR NEIL HUGHES, Director of Temporary Migration, UK Border Agency, the Home Office gave evidence related to Statement of Changes in Immigration Rules on 13 Jul. [23]

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