Theresa May has come under fire for an alleged “cover-up” of failings at the Home Office and hushed up criticism of how UK borders are run.
Campaigners and MPs accused the Home Secretary of using legal powers to keep fifteen sections of a report into border controls between the UK and France from the public.
One of the sections kept from secret was a passage on fears from border staff at Calais that resources are stretched.
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