Britain spends £1Bn on drone contract to monitor Channel

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The UK government has spent more than £1bn on contracts for surveillance technology to spot migrants crossing the English Channel.

The Home Office has spent more than £1bn on surveillance technologies, including drones and “near real-time” situational awareness platforms, in the last five years, according to an analysis of procurement data by Tech Monitor that can be found here.








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