They were called ‘Dubs’ children, after the peer who forced the government to give them a safe haven. Some are thriving; others are facing a tough time in the UK
This time last year, campaigners were celebrating as Britain finally agreed to provide a safe haven for hundreds of vulnerable lone child refugees stuck in camps in Europe.
What happened to them? Certainly some have landed well and are thriving. But an investigation by Harriet Grant published this morning has found that many others are facing long delays with their asylum cases, inadequate care and a bewildering future in the UK.