Camera-shy kosher store
blaming local authorities for not being able to take more but they are just making excuses. It is very worrying. I feel very disappointed, not for me
THE OWNERS of Kosher Kingdom complained to Barnet Council that filming for the movie
outside their store in Golders Green caused disruption for staff and customers. The council said an apology had been issued for the inconvenience caused. personally, but for all the children who are not being helped.”
He appealed to Prime Minister Theresa May not to “shut the door” on vulnerable refugees.
He said it would be “a terrible betrayal” of Sir Nicholas’s legacy “if, as a country, we were unable to do more than this to help a new generation of refugees.”
Robert Goodwill, the immigration minister, said local authorities had the capacity to provide places for only 400 unaccompanied children until the end of March.
Edie Friedman, director of the Jewish Council for Racial Equality, said the government’s decision was “sickening…
“We are facing a worldwide crisis and if Britain can only manage 350 children that is profoundly shocking. Britain is better than this. We have to show our generosity of spirit and not turn our back in a race to the bottom.”