Man says Home Office broke law by making him meet an Iranian diplomat to talk about voluntarily going back to Tehran

An asylum seeker has claimed he was forced by the Home Office into meeting an Iranian diplomat to discuss a voluntary return to Tehran, breaking a law that bans the UK from telling another country about an asylum claim.

The man, whose appeal against deportation has yet to be resolved, was invited to an immigration centre in Hounslow, west London, in September and found an official waiting there to discuss his case.

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