Policy reversal averts support crisis

May 2004
Community Care;5/6/2004, Issue 1521, p7
Reports on the government decision to reverse the policy of denying support to asylum seekers from the European Union accession countries who seek refuge in Great Britain in 2004. Number of asylum seekers affected by the policy.


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