UK Borders Agency office doors locked up in Derby as part of Week of Action against deportation

The UK Border Agency offices in Derby were reported ‘d-locked’ on the night of 2nd/3rd June 2010.
Full story on Notts Indymedia: http://notts.indymedia.org.uk/2010/06/452780.html
Elsewhere in the same ‘European week of action against the deportation machine’, G4S (Group 4 Security) were reported having pulled out of a Brighton jobs fair after a campaign to highlight their heavy role in detention and deportation:
http://nobordersbrighton.blogspot.com/2010/05/statement-against-g4s-recruitment-in.html
No Borders South Wales dropped some banners in the city of Cardiff. The UKBA there are currently having to carry out a internal investigation into racism there.
http://noborderswales.org.uk/2010/06/03/banner-drops-against-deportations/

At its main offices in Potters Bar, Hertfordshire on 3rd June, travel agents Carlson Wagonlit Travel were awarded ‘Deportation Profiteer of the Year’ title for their major role in booking seats on deportation flights. Campaigners from the Stop Deportation Network presented the company with the ‘award’

Protests were part of a European Week of Action Against the Deportation Machine, from 1st to 6th June 2010.

There will be a Mass demo against deportations in Parliament Square this Saturday in London, 5th June, 2-4pm. This will be followed by a solidarity evening with Kurdish and Iraqi refugees, organised by the International Federation of Iraqi Refugees @ the Ringcross Community Centre (60 Lough Rd, N7 6RH) from 6-11pm. Details: http://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2010/06/452758.html

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