THE Home Office announced this week that they will assist in relocating children from the refugee camp in Calais before it is demolished.
Fourteen unaided children between the ages of 14 and 17, arrived in England Monday afternoon as part of a fast-track system from the migrant camp.
They are the first of 1000’s of children expected to make the trip across the channel to be reunited with relatives already living in UK.
French and British Governments have been scrutinised by right groups and MP’s for not providing full details on how they will protect the children.
It remains a concern for the British public who are not sure whether the country will be able to support the minors with shelter and food.
We asked Manchester residents on their thoughts.