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Better outcomes for unaccompanied or separated children seeking asylum: a case of putting one's money where one's mouth is? [2008] CFLQ 183
Date:16 SEP 2011

This article considers the accommodation and care of unaccompanied or separated children who seek asylum in the UK, currently administered by children's services authorities under the Children Act 1989, in light of recent government plans to disperse them to specialist local authorities outside London and the south-east of England.

 

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