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Vol 51 No 13

Published 25th June 2010


Bankrupt asylum policy

Asylum-seekers in Britain will find it still harder to win their cases following the closure of the biggest advice charity, Refugee and Migrant Justice, which ran out of money this month. The Home Office initially rejects most asylum cases although many win on appeal after a complex and lengthy process.

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