And asylum seekers are also frequently unhappy about languishing in sometimes isolated hotels, and unable to work due to strict rules, a MailOnline investigation has found.
Typical were asylum seekers staying at the three-star Grosvenor Hotel in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, who told of their unhappiness about their living arrangements.
one said: 'It's awful here and there are too many problems. We don't want to be living all together in a hotel, we want a house so we can be independent.'
Speaking in the grounds of the hotel which had a multi-million-pound refurbishment before closing to paying guests five months ago, she moaned: 'No one likes living here.
'We all hate it and we are shut in our rooms all day with nothing to do. The hotel is very, very bad. We want a proper home.'
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