Asylum seekers 'subjected to sexual harassment' in government hotels


Home Office urged to investigate allegations, including unsafe living conditions, while staff say they are paid below the legal wage

The Home Office has been urged to investigate the network of hotels holding thousands of asylum seekers following allegations of sexual harassment, intimidation and claims that staff have been paid significantly below the minimum wage.

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A joint investigation by the Observer and ITV News suggests privately contracted staff at some asylum hotels have been paid little over £5.50 an hour.

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