The latest instalment in our series investigates the paradox of the UK’s refugee system, which consigns many to destitution the moment they get asylum

We have all encountered daft bureaucracy in our time: the hospital that asks you to fill in a form before it will operate on your broken hand; the bank that won’t let you open an account until you have an address, even though to rent somewhere you usually need a bank account; the work experience you need to get a job when without a job it is hard to get work experience.

Absurd situations that would be laughable if they weren’t so serious.

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