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Calais migrant children cover their faces as they arrive in UK

Youths hide faces amid row over refugees’ ages and criticism that Home Office isn’t doing enough to protect their anonymity Some of the latest unaccompanied refugee children to travel from Calais to London covered their faces as they arrived, following a row about the ages of the first teenagers to be rescued. Their attempt to conceal their faces on Thursday came amid frustration from campaigners that the Home Office has not done enough to protect the anonymity of those being helped.
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