Charities slam use of unregulated accommodation for child refugees

Fiona Simpson
Friday, July 30, 2021

A raft of charities have written to the Education Secretary criticising the use of “inappropriate accommodation” such as immigration centres and hotels to house child asylum-seekers who arrive in England.

Kent County Council is no longer accepting UASC who arrive in Dover. Picture: Adobe Stock
Kent County Council is no longer accepting UASC who arrive in Dover. Picture: Adobe Stock

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