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Dubs Child Refugees Judicial Review

20/06/2017. London, UK. Actress JULIET STEVENSON (L) and Lord ALF DUBS (R), both pro-refugee campaigners, stand for a photograph outside the Royal Courts of Justice. Refugee charities have today taken the British government to court in an attempt to force the Home Office to reopen the Dubs Amendment scheme which enabled the transfer of unaccompanied refugee children from Europe to the United Kingdom. The scheme was expected to facilitate the transfer of 3,000 child refugees but was shut down by the Home Office after approximately 350. Photo credit: Rob Pinney

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Dubs Amendment Judicial Review
20/06/2017. London, UK. Actress JULIET STEVENSON (L) and Lord ALF DUBS (R), both pro-refugee campaigners, stand for a photograph outside the Royal Courts of Justice. Refugee charities have today taken the British government to court in an attempt to force the Home Office to reopen the Dubs Amendment scheme which enabled the transfer of unaccompanied refugee children from Europe to the United Kingdom. The scheme was expected to facilitate the transfer of 3,000 child refugees but was shut down by the Home Office after approximately 350. Photo credit: Rob Pinney