A thin-stretched welcome for Britain’s new Afghan arrivals



At a volunteer association near Heathrow, hundreds of refugees are arriving daily needing provisions and support.


Refugee charities and Afghan community organisations are struggling to cope with the demand for their services, with thousands of refugees arriving in the UK in recent days.


For the fourth day in succession about 600 Afghan refugees, including unaccompanied minors, have lined the streets of a nondescript west London business park to access clothes, translation services and immigration advice.


In Feltham, west London, Afghans have been arriving at the Afghanistan and Central Asian Association (ACAA) seeking basic provisions and citizens’ advice services either for themselves or on behalf of friends and family.


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