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Why isn’t the UK doing more to help Ukrainian refugees?

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‘Watch this space,’ the armed force minister James Heappey said when asked whether Britain would make it easier for Ukrainian refugees to come to the country. Still, though, refugees – even those with family connections to the UK – are stuck in Calais and Paris trying to make to our shores. What more should we be doing? Would a Polish model, where refugees are welcomed first and registered later, work? The Spectator’s editor Fraser Nelson speaks to our economics editor Kate Andrews.