Home Office announces funding boost for UASC


Local authorities looking after unaccompanied asylum-seeking children (UASC) and those leaving care are to receive a significant funding boost, the Home Office has said.

The Home Office has announced a funding boost to supported unaccompanied asylum seeking children. Picture: Nathan Clarke
The Home Office has announced a funding boost to supported unaccompanied asylum seeking children. Picture: Nathan Clarke

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