Shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper has claimed today that calls for an independent inquiry into the problems at Yarl's Wood detention centre were dismissed by Theresa May.
Cooper said there had been a history of problems at the holding centre but the Home Secretary had refused calls to investigate.
She said: "There is no point in ministers pretending to be shocked at news of abuse. This is not news. Even now, the ministers have not set up an independent inquiry, Serco has."
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