Lords defy government in vote over post-Brexit rights for child refugees

Fiona Simpson
Tuesday, October 6, 2020

Campaigners are celebrating after the House of Lords voted in support of an amendment to the immigration bill to protect the rights of child refugees after Brexit.

The amendment will now return to the House of Commons. Picture: Adobe Stock
The amendment will now return to the House of Commons. Picture: Adobe Stock

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