Two-tier refugee system leaves many destitute and homeless, say MPs | World news | The Guardian

Cross-party group report finds support differs for refugees who come to UK via asylum route rather than resettlement

The report says the ‘move-on’ period, after which refugees are forced to leave their Home Office-provided accommodation, is too short. Photograph: Philip Toscano/PA

A costly “two-tier system” of providing protection for refugees in Britain has developed, leaving many at risk of homelessness and destitution, according to a report from a cross-party group of MPs.

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