British Public Will Be Asked To Take Ukrainian Refugees Into Their Homes 

Jesse Williams

By Jesse Williams

Jesse Williams

11 Mar 2022

The British public will be asked to offer their homes to tens of thousands of fleeing Ukrainian’s under plans to be announced this weekend.

Home Secretary Priti Patel has come in for heavy criticism, accused of setting bureaucratic hurdles for refugees prompting the change in strategy. قوانين البوكر بالصور

As part of the widening of the sponsorship scheme, individuals, charities, businesses and community groups will now be able to register to offer accommodation and employment via a hotline and webpage to refugees with no family ties who are eligible to work, access state benefits and public services.

Ukrainians using this route to Britain would be granted permission to stay in the UK for an initial 12 month.

Those offering a place to stay will be vetted and have to agree to house a refugee for a minimum 6-month period.

Full details of the new “sponsored” refugee route are expected to be revealed in a full announcement on Monday by Levelling up secretary Michael Gove. الالعاب التي تربح المال

Western sources claim the number of people fleeing the Russian invasion has already around 2.5 million and expect the figure could reach 4 million within days.