- A lack of integration, with some 120 separate targets and significant changes being made "independent of headcount reduction", affected both efficiency and performance, the watchdog said.
- Some 22,580 staff were employed by the UKBA, including the Border Force, in April last year, but this had dropped to 20,469 by April this year, figures showed.
- More people than expected wanted to leave the organisation, with early exit costs amounting to £60 million between 2010 and 2012, the watchdog added.
The UK Border Agency has cut too many staff too quickly, Whitehall's spending watchdog said today.
Athletes from the British Virgin Islands are receiving a warm welcome from a British host family in Hertfordshire.
A bus carrying athletes got lost in London today. A bus driver transporting the media also had to pull over to consult his map.