Home Office e-borders systems 'do not share data or analysis effectively', claims NAO report

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£150m lobbed at Raytheon over e-borders project fiasco - with £35m spent by the Home Office on legal costs

The ill-fated Home Office e-borders project, intended to improve the UK's border security, is based on two systems that are not properly integrated. That is one of the conclusions of the Nationa...

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