Sunday, 4 August 2013

Sunday Morning Live

 If we'd armed the rebels a year ago, there wouldn't be any refugees, and if we armed them now the refugee numbers would stop multiplying.
"Should Britain take in Syrian refugees? The death toll in the Syrian conflict is over 100,000 and as many as two million people are thought to have been displaced. Many are fleeing the country to live in vast refugee camps outside their homeland, with the hope that the fighting will end. The UN says the countries surrounding Syria are being overwhelmed by the influx of people - and other countries, including Britain, may be asked to take in thousands of refugees. So should we open our doors or are there better ways of tackling the crisis?"

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