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celeste

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Homes for Ukraine scheme ends.
« on: 18:30:31, 22/02/23 »

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-64732045?at_medium=RSS&at_campaign=KARANGA


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A mother-of-three has said she fears being made homeless or being forced back to her war-torn home country as the Homes For Ukraine scheme ends.
UK sponsors agreed to house refugees[/size] fleeing the war with Russia for a minimum of six months from March 2022.

Iryna Tyshchenko, who arrived in April, has to leave her host home in Cheshire, but does not know where she will go.

The government said councils have a legal duty to "ensure no families are left without a roof over their heads".

More than 160,000 refugees were helped under the government scheme.

Following the initial six-month period, some councils have increased the £350-a-month payment sponsors have received to encourage more households to keep housing them.

However, it is not a national policy and many hosts and their guests have been left in the dark about what will happen after that initial six-month period.


[size=inherit]Homes for Ukraine: Sponsorship ends for thousands of Ukrainians[/size]
  • [size=inherit]New crisis looms for Ukrainians in the UK[/size]
  • Ms Tyshchenko arrived in the village of Tarporley with her two daughters in April 2022 and gave birth to a baby boy in September.
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    celeste

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    Re: Homes for Ukraine scheme ends.
    « Reply #1 on: 18:35:10, 22/02/23 »
    The government said councils have a legal duty to "ensure no families are left without a roof over their heads".


    That will be Cheshire council,  they've had six months to prepare accommodation.
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    Re: Homes for Ukraine scheme ends.
    « Reply #2 on: 22:48:36, 27/02/23 »
    “Forced back to her war torn country”. Gosh, how bloody inconvenient that would be for her.


    Could she possibly explain why so many talking heads are pitching up at the main airport in Kiev (or ‘Kyiv’, or whatever the Fake Media are calling it these days) and are flying in and out as they please?


    Also, could anybody possibly explain why we are seeing so many cars with ‘UA’ identity tags on them. Try exporting a motor vehicle from Baghdad twenty years ago and see how far you would get.


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