Heated Immigration Debate Limits Britain’s Refugee Response

February 10, 2016 05:43 PM
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Compared to many other European states, Britain has agreed to accept a relatively small number of Syrian refugees. Just over a thousand have arrived so far -- and some are being resettled in remote corners of the country. Henry Ridgwell reports on why Britain’s response has lagged behind its neighbors.