Playing For Scotland

Asylum has long been a controversial issue north of the border - from local anger when the first buses carrying asylum seekers arrived at Glasgow's tower blocks, to recent arguments about dawn raids.

Against the background of Scottish political debate, Edi Stark talks to refugees about their experiences, explores the asylum issues faced by Scotland today, and finds out what they could mean for the UK as a whole.

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Asylum has long been a controversial issue north of the border - from local anger when the first buses carrying asylum seekers arrived at Glasgow's tower blocks, to recent arguments about dawn raids.

Against the background of Scottish political debate, Edi Stark talks to refugees about their experiences, explores the asylum issues faced by Scotland today, and finds out what they could mean for the UK as a whole.

2006040320060619

Asylum has long been a controversial issue north of the border - from local anger when the first buses carrying asylum seekers arrived at Glasgow's tower blocks, to recent arguments about dawn raids.

Against the background of Scottish political debate, Edi Stark talks to refugees about their experiences, explores the asylum issues faced by Scotland today, and finds out what they could mean for the UK as a whole.

20060619

Asylum has long been a controversial issue north of the border - from local anger when the first busloads of asylum seekers arrived at Glasgow's tower blocks, to recent arguments about dawn raids.

Against the background of Scottish political debate, Edi Stark talks to refugees about their experiences, explores the asylum issues faced by Scotland today, and finds out what they could mean for the UK as a whole.