From the Refugee Council website
The Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration’s inspection of the Vulnerable Persons Resettlement Scheme (VPRS), published today, gives the Home Office and delivery partners credit for the success of the scheme, acknowledging that it “is delivering what it set out to achieve”.
The inspection examined the efficiency and effectiveness of the VPRS, with a view to assessing whether the 20,000 target will be met. It found that there is every reason to believe that the VPRS will achieve its 20,000 target by the May 2020 deadline. However, while it found that the processes on which the VPRS relies are essentially effective, the Independent Chief Inspector David Bolt expressed his disappointment that the Home Office appears closed to the idea that there is any room for improvement. He highlights that the Home Office disputes or rejects several of the report’s findings in its response to the inspection.