Scotland raises concerns over asylum seekers after Glasgow attack

The Home Office has been asked by the Scottish Government to review the treatment of asylum seekers following the multiple stabbing attack in Glasgow. Police Scotland have named the man who stabbed an officer at a hotel housing asylum seekers before being shot dead by armed officers.

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