There must be an inquiry into decisions taken to move asylum seekers from flats to hotels without carrying out vulnerability checks, say refugee campaigners.
Refugee organisers of a Glasgow protest in support of asylum-seekers have accused Police Scotland of failing to adequately protect them against far-right groups on the rampage.
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.
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.
A new report by an influential Westminster committee accuses the UK government of "serious failings" in the detention of immigrants.
The Law Society provided a submission to Westminster's Joint Committee on Human Rights, which recommends that immigration detention powers should be stripped from the Home Office.
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.
A homeless shelter for destitute refugees will have to stop accepting new guests as it is running at double capacity.
Charities in Scotland say they are paying out hundreds of thousands of pounds to help people left destitute by a 'failing' asylum system.