India's Most Eminent Visas and Immigration Consultant

Start Your Free Assesment Here..

Where do you live?
Where do you want to go?
Complete our Free visa assessment form today to make the complex visa application process simple.

Quick Enquiry Pointer

Click here to submit

Quick Enquir


I agree with the T&C and Privacy Policy

Syria: UK must accept refugees as matter of humanity

January 2014, 21
EMAIL  Print A+

Former Liberal Democrat Leader, Sir Menzies Campbell said this week that the United Kingdom will have abandoned all humanity if the doors to Syrian refugees are not opened.

The United Kingdom have refused to join an UN-backed programme which would ensure they accepted all vulnerable victims of the Syrian war. Ministers of Britain have backed up their decision by disclosing that they have distributed over £500 million in aid to Syria to help the countless refugees that are living around the Syrian borders and insist this is a more beneficial way to help, for all involved.

However, the labour party (who were the leading Government in the UK from 1997-2010) have said that the decision made is ‘shameful’ and that not offering at least limited sanctuary to these victims goes against everything that the UK should stand for.

David Cameron and his party are not to be swayed and they insist that this is the best way to help without putting our own country at risk of a high influx of Syrian refugees whom would all be cared for financially by the taxpayers of this country. A UN high Commissioner for Refugees Spokeswoman has agreed with the decision and says that uprooting, transporting and bringing these persons to the unknown after all that they have already suffered would not be appropriate and that what these people need is sanctuary in their own country. Medical conditions desperately need treating, hunger needs to be prevented and shelters are vital and with the £500 million donated from the UK this will improve the lives of many for the time being with no need to uproot them.

The UK’s Immigration Minister, Mark Harper made a statement in the House of Comments which said that to bring Syrian refugees over to the UK would be nothing short of a ‘token offer’. He said it would provide only extremely limited relief and would still leave thousands of refugees suffering in Syria.

The UK have already provided over 320,000 syrian refugees with food and shelter while a further 244,000 received much needed medical support. This is vital assistance to hundred of thousands of people, which is much more than we could accommodate in the UK. Mark Harper ends his speech by saying that the UK have helped and are helping hundreds of thousands of victims in Syria which is more than most other European countries are doing.

HaHa , This number is not the website Hits count.
This is the Counseling Count.


Amazing Counseling Sessions
Offered, Free of Cost

Disclaimer - MoreVisas immigration service Pvt.Ltd. does not offer consulting on student visas/ Overseas jobs/work permits/international or domestic placements.
Chat Icon

Hi! How can we help you?

Click below button to start chat

chat icon