Monday, August 15, 2011

Asylum seeker housed in £2m townhouse in London

An asylum seeker and his family have been housed in a London townhouse worth £2 million because they said their old six-bedroom house was too far away from their relatives, according to the Sun.

Saeed Khaliif, his wife and eight children were living in Coventry with their £1,000 a week rent paid by the state.

But after claiming the home was too far from relatives, they were re-housed in one of London's upmarket areas where rent can be up to £8,000 a month.



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