The poor legal profession. They only represent asylum applicants out of the goodness of their hearts, bless them. Grand so, another promoting amnesty for those who have played the system. Send them back to where they came from, I say. They opted to remain here - tough luck if they don't have separate cooking facilities.The ignorance on this thread is truly shocking and I see the usual suspects are throwing waffle about corruption and gravy trains. Asylum applicants can get free legal aid. As someone who knows lots of solicitors I can tell you they run a mile from free legal aid. It is monotonous poorly paid work that the legal profession looks down on. Some work for seekers pro-bono. As for the DP, the centres are ghastly. A life of drudgery with no money and no prospect of getting a job or no money for education. Ok it is better than being killed or tortured but that's a pretty low bar. All applicants should be granted an amnesty who have been in the system for longer than two years and the new system needs to have people seen to be sent back from whence they came to show the systems is working.