Where have the UK's 10,000 Syrian refugees gone?

Where have the UK's 10,000 Syrian refugees gone?
 

The UK has accepted more than 10,000 Syrian refugees in the past two and a half years - but analysis by the BBC shows large disparities in the numbers going to different parts of the country.
Scotland has taken four times as many Syrian refugees as Greater London, while Northern Ireland has taken over 300 more than the whole of the east of England.
Relative to their populations, northern England has taken over twice as many Syrian refugees as the South.
Overall, almost a third of local authorities are yet to take any Syrian refugees.
The BBC analysis looks at the Home Office's breakdown of... read more

 
24 April 2018 in Regional, Views: 71
Source: BBC
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