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Labour peer and former child refugee tells HuffPost UK the home secretary's plans are "driven by politics, not by a wish to have a sensible policy".
"Families should be together," says Lord Dubs, who fled the Nazis as a child and led peers' immigration bill revolt.
Ministers face calls not to "abandon our values" amid claims PM is rowing back on previous commitments.
Just 250 unaccompanied child refugees have been given sanctuary in the UK.
Lords campaigner Alf Dubs says UK 'could be doing more'.
A Labour peer who has led the campaign for the government to allow lone child refugees to settle in the UK is urging the
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Home Secretary Amber Rudd has given four separate justifications for abandoning the Dubs amendment. The reasons given are not justification for Great Britain closing the door on the most vulnerable of refugees.
The Government has been condemned for closing down a scheme to accept lone refugee children marooned in Europe after allowing