Kent 'days away' from being unable to care for more asylum-seeking children

Fiona Simpson
Friday, August 14, 2020

Kent County Council is “days away” from declaring it unsafe to receive any more asylum-seeking children (UASC) arriving through the port of Dover, its director of children’s services (DCS) has warned.

Matt Dunkley, DCS at Kent County Council, has called for urgent intervention. Picture: Norfolk County Council
Matt Dunkley, DCS at Kent County Council, has called for urgent intervention. Picture: Norfolk County Council

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