From The Express (via Shariaunveiled):
City council bosses are embroiled in a war of words after Home Office contractor Serco placed more than 300 migrants into hotels, in what the authorities claim is on the sly.
Officials are now taking action after a “material” change to the hotel’s planning permission.
Currently, 271 asylum seekers are at the Britannia Hotel near Manchester Airport, and another 35 are in the branch in nearby leafy Didsbury.
But now Britannia, in agreement with Serco, want to take people out of Didsbury and into the airport.
Manchester has one of the highest numbers of asylum seekers in the UK, looking after a little under 1,000.
Paul Andrews, the council’s lead member for adult health and wellbeing, admitted his surprise the authority had not been told about the decision.
What could possibly go wrong?