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In light of the recent investigations into deaths, unlawful segregation, and evidence of unjust practices in immigration centres. CFFP calls for scrutiny of the current reliance on immigration detention in the UK. We believe detention is a traumatic and unjust practice that has no place in the asylum process. It is both unjust and inefficient to lock up those who have come to the UK seeking protection and refuge. Those applying for asylum in the UK should be treated with dignity and should be given the opportunity to live in their community while their claims are considered. Prompt action is necessary to afford detainees the protection they need and to give refugees the platforms to speak for themselves and their individual circumstances.