Ukrainian refugees in UK facing homelessness ‘disaster’ next year

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Tens of thousands of Ukrainian refugees in the UK have been warned that they could be homeless next year.

A “shocking” 50,000 refugees from the conflict-stricken country could be made homeless next year, but British ministers are refusing to offer a fresh package of support to offset the impending “disaster”, The Guardian reported on Sunday.

As the continuous cost of living crisis puts financial and political constraints on the UK and with no end in sight to the conflict against pro-Russia forces, there have been added concern that the government’s Homes for Ukraine scheme will unravel next month when refugees’ initial six-month placements arrangement finishes without alternative ideas in place.




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