The plan to cut homeless services in Glasgow by £2.6 million goes against government policies to eradicate homelessness, critics say.
Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership are cutting support by £2.6 million, with the loss of almost 100 emergency and supported housing beds.
Serco has won a legal case over the eviction, but a human rights firm says the legal position is 'far from settled'. Meanwhile, hundreds are living with the threat of eviction.
People seeking asylum are being bullied, evicted and suffering in poor quality accommodation, say groups submitting evidence to a Westminster inquiry.