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Restore benefits to failed asylum seekers, says report

THE POLICY of making refused asylum seekers destitute must be scrapped, according to a report by a think-tank set up by the Catholic former Conservative Party leader lain Duncan Smith.

Asylum Matters: Restoring Trust in the UK Asylum System has been released by the Centre for Social Justice and makes recommendations to restore confidence in the asylum system, reported Independent Catholic News.

Refugee Action and Church Action on Poverty both welcomed the report and urged the Government to review its policy of making refused asylum seekers destitute.

The report argues that withdrawing a/./ support makes migrants dependent on charities.




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