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Should the United Kingdom take more unaccompanied minor refugees?

posted Mar 3, 2017, 4:43 AM by Mr R McClean   [ updated Mar 16, 2017, 8:29 AM by Katie Horne ]

What can we do to help?

Thousands of unaccompanied minors have traveled across Europe looking for a place to call home. With no parents these children are in danger of  sexual attacks and child abduction. These children need a home and a family. Could Britain help these children, by bringing them to Britain then letting families adopt them.

Many people believe that we are taking too many refugees already but the UK is taking the least amount of refugees in Europe. This is appalling as we are one of the richest counties in Europe. For some people Brexit meant that we don't have to deal with these problems, but we do we all still live in the same world. Instead of spending money on  a motivational magician. In the Cotswolds that cost £19K trying to boost staff morale. Surely this money could have been used in a better way.

Lots of people from the UK volunteered there time in some of the camps full of refugees and have had a valuable experience from this.

Just remember they didn't choose for this to happen!