The chair of Scotland’s poverty and inequality commission has called for the Home Office to be held to account for leaving aslylum seekers without food or money.
How a network of grassroots organisations are trying to catch people at risk of falling through the cracks in the UK asylum system.
Refugee charities and grassroots organisations say they have spent tens of thousands of pounds in a matter of months because of gaps in Home Office provision.
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.
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.
Charities in Scotland say they are paying out hundreds of thousands of pounds to help people left destitute by a 'failing' asylum system.
It is claimed that an urgent review of how the Home Office uses information leading to immigration operations – sometimes known as “raids” – is needed.
Growing numbers of children and families are being left destitute amid claims officials are interpreting the law incorrectly.