“Houses for Ukraine”. Thousands of Britons offered food and shelter to refugees from Ukraine
About 200 Ukrainian refugees fleeing the Russian invasion of their homeland are set to arrive in Lincolnshire.
The first phase of the Homes for Ukraine scheme will see about 30 evacuees arriving in each of the county’s seven districts over the next few weeks.
It is part of the government’s plan to house people escaping the war-torn country with host families in the UK.
Charities say the application process is “too difficult” for those fleeing
The latest government figures show that there have been 2,700 visas issued for refugees coming to the UK as part of Homes for Ukraine – fewer than 10% of the 28,300 applications made in the first 15 days.
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