This chapter addresses few examples here before moving to document processes of denial and silent silencing. Britain cannot possibly home all the refugees who want to reach it, so it is in their best interests that we stop giving false hope to people who might wish to make it here and drown or fall off a lorry on their way. The chapter analyses a number of 'scandals' or 'tragic events' that have occurred across the British asylum system have been responded to through these processes, specifically as a way to avoid meaningful structural change. It argues that rather than there being one incident or identifiable problem, displacement of responsibility is the foundation of the way in which the asylum system, and indeed immigration and border control agendas and practices more broadly, function. The chapter focuses on the first three: individualisation, co-option and normalisation as the most relevant aspects here.