Nicky Morgan and Tim Loughton aim to ensure UK law gives refugee children same rights to family reunification as EU law

Two leading Conservative ex-ministers from the remain and leave sides of the EU debate will push the government to commit to allowing refugee children to reunite with their families under post-Brexit immigration law.

Nicky Morgan, the former education secretary and a prominent remain supporter, and the former children’s minister Tim Loughton, who backed leave, have submitted an amendment to the EU withdrawal bill that would ensure child refugees have the same rights to be reunited with family members in the UK as they currently have under EU law.

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