We believe that those whose asylum application has been unsuccessful should leave. The fact that they may not wish to do so cannot mean that we should routinely continue to provide support or permit them to take employment. To do either of these things would remove any incentive they may have to go voluntarily. Failed asylum seekers unable to leave immediately due to circumstances entirely beyond their control may be provided with support under section 4 of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999. This support is intended only as a temporary arrangement until such a time as they can return.