The Home Office has said that reports of the e-Borders programme being closed are incorrect and that it is still up and running. Earlier this week it was reported in sources including The Scotsman and This Is London that the programme had been dropped as part of the effort, led by the Cabinet Office, to find major savings on IT …
Here's hoping that was the Home Office's mistake, and not yours or the Grauniad's.
"failed to reach a target"
Theres the answer - no government project is ever cancelled for being a failure, it would set a dangerous precedent!
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