Accept child refugees, UK religious leaders urge May
October 11, 2016
A group of Christian, Jewish, and Muslim leaders in the United Kingdom, including former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams, has called upon Prime Minister Theresa May to admit nearly 400 child refugees who are staying across the English Channel in Calais, France.
A British newspaper obtained a copy of the religious leaders’ letter and listed several of the Anglican, Jewish, and Muslim signatories, but did not report on Catholic signatories.
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