Refugee dispersal should be broader

Small areas may no longer be forced to take large numbers of asylum

A Home Office spokesperson said the National Asylum Support Service
was re-acquiring accommodation and that new contracts would allow a
more even spread of asylum seekers throughout cities and

Under the first set of contracts, accommodation in some towns and
cities was concentrated in small areas.

The news comes as Labour MP George Mudie said his constituency,
Leeds East, was unable to cope with the number of asylum seekers
being placed there and called for the dispersal policy to be

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