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Tuesday, 11th July 2006

The impact of asylum and possible amnesty on social housing

The impact of asylum and possible amnesty on social housing
Source: Migration Watch UK
"The unprecedented number of asylum-seekers granted permission to stay in the UK in recent years has exceeded the number of new social houses built in the period by nearly 50,000 and has had a major impact on the availability of social housing for the native population. This is not to imply that those in genuine fear of persecution should not be given refuge; it is to suggest that the government should have taken account of the very large numbers involved in making provision for new social housing."



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