Failed asylum seekers have been handed £36million to open businesses, including a beauty salon, a vineyard and even an ostrich farm, back in their homelands.
More than 23,000 have taken advantage of generous handouts worth up to £4,000 each.
The revelation reignited a row over Labour's controversial policy of "bribing" bogus refugees to leave the country.
Critics said the Government had created a climate where a false claimant could not lose.
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