Westminster council leader questioned the Home Office over asylum seekers’ accommodation as 40 of them are left in the streets of London for two nights running.

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  • The Westminster council leader wrote to Home Office Secretary about 40 asylum seekers left on the streets of London.
  • Asylum seekers refused to enter a hotel with four people per room.
  • The Council leader asked for clarification and communication from Home Office.

T he leader of Westminster city council, Adam Hug, has written to Suella Braverman, the Home Office Secretary, expressing his deep concern about the approximately 40 refugees who were left without appropriate accommodation or support in Westminster for two nights running.


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