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'More support' for children in immigration centres

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There has been much criticism of the way the children of failed asylum seekers are treated, because if their parents are locked up in detention centres, so are their children. The children's charity Barnardo's has agreed to run welfare services at a new detention centre. Barnardo's chief executive, Anne Marie Carrie, and Heaven Crawley, professor of International Migration, debate the intervention.


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