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Serco asylum seeker lock change

We at Glasgow City Mission are deeply concerned with the news that Serco are to restart asylum seeker lock-change evictions that will, potentially, make 300 individuals in the Glasgow area homeless.

We continue to monitor this situation daily and are in discussions with our partner agencies. We stand ready to support and care for those affected by this alarming and dehumanising turn of events.

Please join us in praying for those who may be affected. 

Read more about this story on the BBC website. 


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