Ferret Fact Service looks at how the European Court of Human Rights intervened to stop the first asylum seeker flight to Rwanda.
Afran opens a drawer and pulls out creams and tablets, prescribed to deal with the bites covering his children’s backs and stomachs – and his wife’s legs - in an angry, red rash.
A Syrian father of three, who fled for his life and was facing deportation by the Home Office to Rwanda, is now fighting for his right to claim asylum through the Scottish courts.
Ferret Fact Service looks at what the UK Government is doing to help those fleeing the conflict in Ukraine.
A ten year old girl trying to reach her father in Scotland, after fleeing a Ukrainian city under attack from Russia’s army, is safe in Poland.
The Home Office has been condemned for creating “a parallel world” of unsuitable asylum accommodation in hotels across Scotland where, critics claimed, asylum seekers have been left without adequate support or the oversight of Scottish authorities.
Glasgow should restart the refugee dispersal scheme to stop the Home Office from introducing asylum reception centres in barracks and disused oil rigs, claim campaigners.
Ferret Fact Service looked at a claim by Nigel Farage about the work of the RNLI.
A series of urgent emails from the heart of the Scottish Government on the day of a Home Office immigration raid in Glasgow’s Pollokshields have laid bare growing tensions between the two administrations.