A Sheffield PhD student has spoken of his time at an immigration removal centre that campaigners say is being run like a prison.
Ahmed Sedeeq was detained at Morton Hall in Lincolnshire after what he describes as a 'misunderstanding' over his student visa.
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Four people have died in the centre in the past twelve months - leading a committee of MPs to announce an enquiry into conditions. The Home Office say they take detainees' welfare 'extremely seriously.'
This weekend campaigners staged a protest outside Morton Hall - demanding that the centre be shut down.
In a statement, a spokesperson for the Home Office added:
"Detention and removal are essential elements of an effective immigration system. Those with no right to be in the UK should return to their home country. We will help those who wish to leave voluntarily but when they refuse to do so, we will take steps to enforce their removal."