In Brief: Refugee children do not always get care required

Refugee children do not always receive the healthcare they need, according to a King's Fund report released this week . It says the NHS needs 'considerable support' to deliver appropriate services, and will need more once the Asylum and Immigration Bill is passed. The report suggests schools could have a ...

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