Four in 10 councils 'unwilling to take child refugees from other areas'

Neil Puffett
Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Around 40 per cent of councils across England have not signed up to a voluntary scheme to take child refugees from other areas, amid concerns that central government is not providing enough funding to cover the true cost, a report has revealed.

The government is set to loosen requirements for migrant children to enter the UK. Picture: Eight Photo/Shutterstock.com
The government is set to loosen requirements for migrant children to enter the UK. Picture: Eight Photo/Shutterstock.com

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