Home Office faces legal challenge over asylum seeker payments during Covid

  The Guardian 

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Those in emergency accommodation struggling to meet basic needs as government fails to pay agreed increase in support The Home Office is still failing to provide thousands of asylum seekers in emergency hotel accommodation with basic cash support and essentials more than a month after being instructed by the high court to fulfil their legal requirements to do so. In October, law firm Duncan Lewis challenged the government’s failure to provide adequate asylum support in the high court. The judge, Sir Duncan Ouseley, said asylum seekers in emergency accommodation should have been receiving financial support during the pandemic, and ordered the department to increase weekly cash assistance from £5 to £8 to cover essentials, such as soap, medicine, bus fares and phone credit. Continue reading... ▶ Full story on theguardian.com
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