Let Jungle camp children into Britain, top clerics urge PM
Some of Britain's most senior religious figures have united to urge Prime Minister Theresa May to allow nearly 400 refugee children into the UK before the notorious Jungle migrant camp in France is demolished.
Former Archbishop of Canterbury Lord Williams and high-ranking names from the Muslim and Jewish faiths in Britain are among signatories of an open letter urging action against "a stain on the conscience of both France and Britain".
It calls for Mrs May to allow 397 child refugees living in the camp near Calais to be allowed to enter Britain.
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