Forcing unrelated adults to share bedrooms is an affront to their dignity, say campaigners

Migration charities have condemned a tribunal’s ruling that forcing unrelated asylum seekers to share bedrooms does not breach environmental health laws, describing the practice as “an affront to dignity”.

The ruling this month followed a legal battle between Newcastle city council and the company Jomast, which is subcontracted by G4S to house asylum seekers in the north-east.

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