Border Force to care for migrant children as Kent 'reaches capacity', Home Office confirms

Fiona Simpson
Tuesday, August 18, 2020

Unaccompanied migrant children arriving at Dover will remain under the care of Border Force after Kent County Council revealed it no longer has the capacity to accept migrant children into its care, the Home Office has confirmed.

More than 275 migrant children have arrived in Dover since May. Picture: AdobeStock
More than 275 migrant children have arrived in Dover since May. Picture: AdobeStock

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