Home Office invites companies to bid for £3bn to £4bn worth of contracts, after Serco and G4s made losses on 2012 deal

The Home Office has quietly invited private companies to bid for £3bn to £4bn worth of contracts to house and support tens of thousands of asylum seekers, refugees and destitute failed asylum seekers in Britain.

The value of the new asylum housing contracts over 10 years is more than double the £150m-a-year cost of the existing contract when it was first awarded in separate lots to G4S, Serco and Clearsprings in 2012.

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