A group of people in shadow at a fence in Calais
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Concern over border fingerprinting

The Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration says UK border staff working in France are failing to take the fingerprints of thousands of asylum seekers.

John Vine says it is concerning that officials working in Calais have been releasing people without taking their details, which could help identify them if they try to enter the UK.

  • 08 Aug 2013
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