Refugee says safe return review will be like 'reliving a nightmare'
Fifty organisations from across the UK which work with refugees have written to Home Secretary Amber Rudd calling on her to reverse a policy that they say is "beyond basic morality".
Refugees take part in a "safe return reviews" to see if they are able to stay in the UK or will return to their home country.
Makhosi Sigabade, a refugee from Zimbabwe, was awarded refugee status at the end of 2016.
He has been telling Peter Coulter that he is now worried about his future.
The Home Office said those who still needed protection would will normally qualify for protection.
- From the section Northern Ireland