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Soros Funded ‘Citizens UK’ demands Home Office IMPORTS Migrants to EVERY Town in Britain

SOROS Funded campaign group ‘Citizens UK’  has demanded that the Home Office extends its ‘refugee resettlement scheme’ that places migrants in every corner of Britain despite public anger at mass-migration draining local resources. 

Sajid Javid, the new Cuckservative new Home Secretary has been urged to “take a brave stand with refugees and show the world once again Britain is a country of welcome”, by Citizens UK.

According to the group’s press release, “200 civil society leaders from mosques, churches, schools and other organisations” attended the event in support of extending beyond 2020 the government’s programme transporting 20,000 mostly Syrian migrants over five years into homes in UK councils.

In 2015, the Government committed to welcoming 20,000 refugees to the country through the VPRS programme by 2020. The scheme has helped those in the greatest need, including people requiring urgent medical treatment, survivors of violence and torture, and women and children. In total, over 10,000 refugees have been settled in the UK through the scheme so far.

Nour Sakr, a ‘refugee welcome leader’ based in Milton Keynes, said: “I come from Syria, I can’t help my people back home but thanks to the Government’s VPRS scheme I and other volunteers are helping hundreds of families start new lives free from violence. It would be terrible to stop Britain’s refugee effort by cutting the scheme. I’m here to encourage Sajid Javid to take a brave stand with refugees and show the world once again Britain is a country of welcome.”

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