Churches and charities fill asylum vacuum left by 'lukewarm' state | World news

THE GUARDIAN | on Mon, Apr 3, 4:22 AM

In what was once a vicar’s living room, tucked behind a church in Newcastle upon Tyne, three-year-old Farah Alhrahshi chose from a crate of plastic toys while her mother, Kafa, picked through racks of secondhand clothing for anything warm and roughly the right size. “All the clothes we have come from here,” she said, gesturing at her outfit. ‘Here’ is the West End Refugee Service (WERS)[1], one of hundreds of groups and initiatives that have become more and more crucial in providing support t...

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