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Home Office moved Covid-affected asylum seekers against orders

Dozens moved from Birmingham to London despite instructions to self-isolate

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The Home Office moved dozens of asylum seekers involved in a Covid outbreak more than 120 miles despite an enforcement order saying they should remain in self-isolation for 14 days, the Guardian has learned.

Home Office contractors have been accused of being “beyond reckless” in their handling of the initial outbreak.

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