Glasgow asylum seekers' get no lock change pledge from housing contractor Mears

  Evening Times 

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A GOVERNMENT contractor has confirmed that they will not carry out lock-change evictions on Glasgow's asylum population following a landmark legal judgement earlier this week.
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