The removal centre that doesn't

Why this woman's story shames Scotland
Human rights campaigners and churches last night demanded the closure of Dungavel Removal Centre – Scotland's "Guantanamo" – saying the imprisonment of vulnerable women and children behind a wire fence was unacceptable in 21st-century Scotland.

They also said it was time the Scottish Government stopped saying immigration was a Westminster matter and found a solution for injustices happening on Scottish soil. The fresh outrage came after The Scotsman revealed the harrowing testimony of Corellie Bonhomme, 35, a Canadian national, who told of her despair inside Dungavel, and of how she was pinned down by immigration officials and had her two-year-old daughter, Fi, snatched from her.
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