Social work provision for asylum-seeking children in hotels is insufficient, say charities

Charities have rightly criticised the Home Office’s continued use of hotels to accommodate unaccompanied asylum-seeking children, and said the level of social work support children are receiving is insufficient. Asylum support charity Social Workers Without Borders and anti-trafficking organisation Love 146 said the department’s use of such accommodation proved its relaunched national transfer scheme to assign […]

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