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Border Force is a law-enforcement command within the Home Office, responsible for frontline border control operations at air, sea and rail ports in the United Kingdom. The force was part of the now defunct UK Border Agency from its establishment in 2008 until Home Secretary Theresa May demerged it in March 2012 after severe criticism of the senior management.
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Government pushes for increased Border Force powers inside immigration detention facilitiesThe government is set to introduce a new bill that would afford Border Force officials increased powers inside immigration detention facilities.
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