Group of up to 60 unaccompanied children expecting to come to UK have heard nothing about their applications

Dozens of unaccompanied children in Greece have been left in limbo for more than a year after they were expected to be admitted to the UK as part of the British government’s commitment to rescue Europe’s most vulnerable young refugees.

The group of up to 60 children were expected to come to the UK under a scheme, created by the Labour peer Alf Dubs, that was intended to bring around 3,000 child refugees into the country. But despite being put through a time-consuming screening process and being identified as provisionally eligible this time last year, they have heard nothing about their applications since.

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