No room?

John Lampen argues that refugee children deserve better

Ioften feel proud to be British – and occasionally very ashamed. One such occasion was when our government said they would only admit 350 unaccompanied refugee children into Britain, instead of the 3,000 pledged and enacted in law in an amendment to the Immigration Act 2016. Alf Dubs, author of the amendment, had come to Britain on the Kindertransport, widely acclaimed as an achievement of British generosity and tolerance. What a contrast to the recent announcement!

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