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08.06.2013

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Thousands of asylum seekers are being released from detention into the community but under the federal government’s ‘no advantage’ policy they are not allowed to work and they receive just $30 a day to pay for rent, food and all other expenses. Charities are reporting a huge increase in demand for their services and warn that a new subclass of people is being created. Hagar Cohen investigates. Source: abc.net.au

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