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Raid at Mitie headquarters raises concerns about outsourcing contracts to manage immigration centers

Raid at Mitie headquarters raises concerns about outsourcing contracts to manage immigration centers

Mitya’s lucrative work for the government is under increasing scrutiny after investigators stormed her offices.

Officers from the Office for Competition and Markets (CMA) raided the outsourcing headquarters in London after the Home Office expressed concern about contracts to manage immigration export centers.

The investigation has prompted calls to reconsider Mitya’s contracts. Public procurement experts Tassel told the Mail that Mitty has seven contracts with the Home Office worth £ 1 billion that could be under the microscope. The largest is worth 514 million pounds.

Questions: Competition and Markets Office raids outsourcing headquarters in London after Home Office expressed concern over contracts to manage immigration centers

Deputy Labor leader Angela Reiner said: “This CMA investigation calls into question the number of live contracts with the Home Office.

“Ministers urgently need to assess the impact of these developments on the implementation of other existing contracts and the provision of vital public services.”

The CMA expresses concern that Mitie and his rival PAE have committed violations of competition law.

Earlier this month, Mickey said he was confident he had “no case to answer and he will be fully acquitted”.

This is the latest scandal in Mitie in recent weeks after it emerged that some of its employees were sharing racist WhatsApp messages. This led to the dismissal of eight employees.

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Raid at Mitie headquarters raises concerns about outsourcing contracts to manage immigration centers

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