Evictions, bullying, racism: The horror faced by Scotland's asylum seekers revealed
A CommonSpace investigation uncovers widespread mistreatment of asylum seekers in Scotland
THOUSANDS of asylum seekers arrive in Scotland every year to escape persecution, hoping to seek refuge.
But the company responsible for housing newly-arrived migrants in Glasgow is at the centre of storm over allegations of mistreatment, bullying and racism, CommonSpace can reveal.
Housing firm Orchard & Shipman, which is a subcontractor for security multinational Serco, faces accusations that the treatment of migrants breaches their human rights.