Asylum

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A Trump-era policy forcing asylum seekers to wait in Mexico while their claims are processed in the US must be reinstated following a decision by the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS). The top court refused to grant the Biden administration a stay on a district court injunction pending app

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An application for appeal against the Inner House's judgment in the Serco lock eviction case is to be made this week. Mike Dailly, principal of Govan Law Centre, said in his column for the Evening Times that he will lodge an application seeking permission to appeal to the Supreme Court.

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The implications of Brexit for asylum policy and for vulnerable refugees and asylum seekers in Europe have been highlighted in a new Lords committee report. The most significant implication of UK withdrawal from the EU’s Dublin System – which determines responsibility for asylum applicat

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The Scottish Human Rights Commission (SHRC) has been granted leave to intervene in the continuing legal challenge to the “serious human rights implications” of Serco's lock-change policy. The private accommodation provider began its mass eviction policy of up to 300 people in Glasgo

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A Glasgow MP has presented a bill to the UK Parliament this week to protect asylum seekers from eviction. Private housing provider Serco had issued a series lock-change orders to more than 300 people refused asylum in the UK, although the action has been temporarily stalled by a series of interim in

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Hundreds of asylum seekers face eviction after housing provider Serco announced it is restarting its lock-changing programme. It first announced it was handing out eviction notices to tenants who had been denied the right to remain in the UK last July.

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