Ex-UK Border Force chief Brodie Clark settles legal dispute with Home Office


The former head of the UK Border Force who resigned over last year’s security row has reached an out-of-court settlement with the Home Office in which neither side admits any liability or wrongdoing.

Brodie Clark was suspended and then quit his 40-year career in the Home Office in November amid the dispute over lax border security. He launched a constructive dismissal case in which he could have netted £135,000, but on Friday issued a joint statement with the Home Office saying the case had been settled with no “admission of liability or wrongdoing from either side”.


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