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Home Office publishes eligibility criteria for children to be admitted to UK under Dubs amendment

Home Office publishes eligibility criteria for children to be admitted to UK under Dubs amendment

The Home Office has made public its internal guidance for officials on the process and criteria for admitting children to the UK who were living in the Calais camp. The obligation to admit the children comes from section 67 of ...

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