Published On: 25th November 2018

The Public Interest Law Centre has sought a judicial review of the Home Office’s inadequate Schedule 10 policy.

Those with withdrawn asylum claims (among many others) fall between the cracks of available support under Section 4 or Section 95 and have been failed by the lack of policy or application procedure for accommodation under Sch 10.

This has resulted in prolonged destitution for those people who have been unable to apply for the support to which they are entitled.

Today in the High Court we secured interim accommodation and support relief for our client who is homeless until such time as his further submissions or the judicial review has been determined, whichever is earlier.

This claim not only seeks a final resolution to our client’s own support needs, but seeks to challenge the failure in the wider policy – WATCH THIS SPACE