Glasgow aims to make asylum process easier for migrants

© Christopher Furlong/Getty ImagesAfghan refugee Rahman Sahah (R) aged 32 and Mirwais Ahmadzai, 27, start their hunger strike outside the H.M. Government Home Office on August 1, 2018 in Glasgow, Scotland. Both men have requested asylum in the UK which has been refused. The two men are tenants of social housing provider Serco and face possible eviction. Serco are due to begin evicting more than 300 people who have been told they cannot stay in Britain. Glasgow city councillors and MPs expressed have expressed that an imminent mass eviction of asylum seekers by Serco could trigger a humanitarian crisis in the city.
Afghan refugee Rahman Sahah (R) aged 32 and Mirwais Ahmadzai, 27, start their hunger strike outside the H.M. Government Home Office on August 1, 2018 in Glasgow, Scotland. Both men have requested asylum in the UK which has been refused. The two men are tenants of social housing provider Serco and face possible eviction. Serco are due to begin evicting more than 300 people who have been told they cannot stay in Britain. Glasgow city councillors and MPs expressed have expressed that an imminent mass eviction of asylum seekers by Serco could trigger a humanitarian crisis in the city.

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