A 30-year-old Syrian man died after moving to a hotel used by the Home Office to house asylum seekers amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A charity in Glasgow that counsels torture survivors is among 60 organisations urging the UK government to increase the asylum support allowance during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Campaigners are warning that a "dangerous precedent" has been set by a "brutal" ruling from Scotland’s highest court that evicting asylum seekers by changing their locks is lawful.
The multinational firm, Serco, has been accused of making asylum seekers feel unsafe by regularly walking into their homes using spare keys without giving adequate prior warning.
Destitute asylum seekers in Scotland are not getting proper healthcare because the UK government denies them recourse to public funds, according to a new report.
Serco has lost a multi-million pound contract to house asylum seekers in Scotland to Mears Group, a UK-wide housing and social care provider.
A refugee couple with two young children, who were facing street homelessness in Scotland after being destitute for almost a decade, have been granted the right to remain in the UK.
Scottish judge rules that Home Office unlawfully deported an Ethiopian asylum seeker fleeing persecution - and orders his return to the UK.
A homeless shelter for destitute refugees will have to stop accepting new guests as it is running at double capacity.