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5581217769_89eae53a05_b.jpg?profile=RESIZE_400xScheme to accommodate unaccompanied minors evenly in England may become mandatory

Councils in England would be forced to care for their fair share of unaccompanied asylum-seeking children under proposals put out for consultation by the government.

The Home Office and Department for Education are consulting on plans to overhaul the national transfer scheme (NTS), a mechanism by which unaccompanied children are placed with local authorities around the country to ensure they are spread out evenly.


The Guardian

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