Press Coverage

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Plans to deport migrants for rough sleeping blasted as ‘callous’ (The Big Issue, October 2020)

‘Call out the lies’: UK charities hit back over bids to blame refugees for housing crisis (The Guardian, October 2020)

Home Office evicting asylum seekers in areas with local lockdowns in breach of its own guidance (The Independent, October 2020)

Asylum seekers face eviction – Hundreds face looming risk of homelessness (The Big Issue North, October 2020)

Home Office plans to evict thousands of refused asylum seekers (The Guardian, October 2020)

‘Reckless and irresponsible’: Home Office starts evicting asylum seekers despite warning of second wave (The Independent, September 2020)

Homeless Migrants Are Now Being Moved Out Of Emergency Accommodation, Says Charity (The Huffington Post, July 2020)

Charities warn hundreds of asylum seekers are at risk of homelessness as Home Office ends eviction ban (Inside Housing, June 2020)

Home Office urged to reverse ‘unjustified’ decision to restart refugee evictions (The Independent, June 2020)

Refugees and asylum seekers ‘at risk of homelessness’ as Home Office suspends evictions ban (The Independent, June 2020)

Fears Over Government’s Plans For Homeless People Placed In Hotels During Lockdown (The Huffington Post, May 2020)

The race to house Britain’s homeless (The Bureau of Investigative Journalism, May 2020)

You can’t stay home and safe when you’re sleeping rough (The Bristol Cable, May 2020)

Coronavirus: Hundreds of refugees made destitute as Home Office ‘too slow to act’, charities warn (The Independent, April 2020)

Coronavirus fears as UK asylum seekers made to share cramped rooms (The Guardian, April 2020)

Coronavirus: Support ‘scaled back’ for refugees and asylum seekers (BBC News, April 2020)

Thousands of rough sleepers still unhoused in England, say charities (The Guardian, March 2020)

Councils told to house all rough sleepers in England by weekend (The Guardian, March 2020)

‘One in four’ seeking shelter at key homeless agencies in Manchester, London and Leicester are refugees

The Government Is Right To Tackle Rough Sleeping – But It Needs To Reform Its Own Policies To End The Epidemic Of Migrant Homelessness

Lack of legal aid puts asylum seekers’ lives at risk, charity warns

Home Office policy leaving refugees homeless within days of being granted asylum, report finds

This Woman Has Opened Her Home To A Refugee Who Says “Everything’s Changed” For Her Now

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