Built in 1960s the Red Road Flats in North Glasgow were intended to be the solution to a housing crisis and a considerable step up in quality of living for residents.
The buildings now are one of many socially deprived areas in the UK which are used to house those who have come to this country to seek asylum.
Under the constant threat of detention or deportation and surrounded by bare walls and tower blocks, many of these people live for years here with serious mental health issues.
These mental health issues are often exasperated by other stringent conditions within the asylum system such as a legal ban on working.
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