Government spends just £13,000 on corporate transparency ‘crack-down’
UK Government plans to “crack down” on the potential for Scottish Limited Partnerships to be used to facilitate organised crime have been revealed to consist of a £13,000 "programme of letter writing.”
Scotland’s ‘invisible epidemic’ of refugee destitution
Charities in Scotland say they are paying out hundreds of thousands of pounds to help people left destitute by a 'failing' asylum system.
Home Office accused of racial profiling in Scottish immigration “raids”
It is claimed that an urgent review of how the Home Office uses information leading to immigration operations – sometimes known as “raids” – is needed.
The children left destitute on Scotland’s streets
Growing numbers of children and families are being left destitute amid claims officials are interpreting the law incorrectly.
Charities raise concerns as rough sleepers face deportation
The Home Office is stepping up efforts to arrest and deport rough sleepers from Edinburgh.
MP intervenes as disabled asylum-seeker faces ‘life-threatening’ destitution
A seriously ill and disabled asylum-seeker is facing destitution and potential homelessness after a Home Office decision to stop her support.
Domestic abuse victim finally granted refugee status
Case prompts claims that the UK asylum system is dangerous for women whose immigration status is linked to their partner.
Poor housing for refugees causing ‘suffering and stress’
People seeking asylum are being bullied, evicted and suffering in poor quality accommodation, say groups submitting evidence to a Westminster inquiry.
Home Secretary urged to protect refugee women from violence
Home Secretary urged to answer questions on why refugee women are being denied protection when they flee domestic violence.