Fierce criticism after claims that Calais migrant kids 'don't look like children'



The British Dental Association (BDA) said demands by David Davies for testing on those heading to Britain from the Jungle refugee camp was "inappropriate and unethical".
Mr Davies, chairman of the Commons Welsh Affairs select committee, said mandatory dental checks would reassure the public the system was not being exploited.
After the arrival of 14 teenagers to the UK from Calais on Monday, the Monmouth MP said they "don't look like 'children".
"I hope British hospitality is not being abused", he added.
The BDA has disputed claims that dental radiographs can... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 31
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