Manston designed carry out arrivals in United Kingdom for 24 hours, but some migrants were reportedly held there for up up to 32 days behind in treatment of asylum applications.
The lag is exacerbated by an increase in the number of asylum applications, outdated IT systems, high staff turnover, and too few staff, according to a report by the Parliamentary Home Affairs Committee.
An official inspection of center in July found that “length of detention was too long, often more than 24 hours and sometimes far in excess of this is”.
Interior Minister Swella Braverman launched an operation to evict residents. of center and move them to hotels, at a cost to the taxpayer of around £7 million a day.
Ministry of the Interior facing two legal challenges over center, from a woman detained there and from the Criminal Procedure Code – union representing border guards.
Ms Braverman was reportedly given legal advice that the length of detention of some migrants in in detention the center was in violation of law.
She denied that she “ignored” the advice and says she did not veto it, but she does not deny receiving it either.
A spokesman for the Ministry of the Interior said: “We can confirm man staying at Manston died this morning in hospital after becoming ill. We wish Express my sincere condolences to all those affected.
“Bye post- opening takes place we can not comment in details, but at this stage there is no evidence that this is a tragic death was caused on infectious disease.
“We take safety and welfare of those in we take care very seriously and provide medical facilities 24/7 with trained medical staff at Manston.”
Yvette Cooper, shadow home secretary said he would need to be “full investigation” of the incident.
Enver Solomon, Managing Director of The Refugee Council declared: “Everyone in Manston needs to be looked after with the care and attention they need. When tragic death like it takes place it’s always a question of serious concern.
“It is vital that a thorough and prompt investigation place understand what happened and whether all the necessary procedures were followed.”