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High Court challenge to UK’s child refugee efforts

Source – BBC News 

Campaigners will challenge the government’s handling of the arrival of unaccompanied child refugees from Europe, at a High Court hearing later.
They say ministers have not worked with local councils to find enough places for vulnerable children.
Separately, the daughter of the man called “Britain’s Schindler” has criticised the ending of the “Dubs amendment” child refugee scheme.

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