I can only have one, because our little flat isn't big enough for more and things would be cramped enough as they are, but I'm sure the refugee would be grateful.
Bloody hell, the hoops you have to go through though. It's a slog and the obstacles in the way are unbelievable. I've been checking out with members in the EU Rejoin campaign and the process is far more difficult than anywhere on the continent. People there are welcoming refugees with open arms and going out of their way to welcome them.
So many people in Britain want to help. The working people of Britain are opening their hearts and their doors for these victims of Vladimir "Brexit's Paymaster" Putin's war of aggression, but the appalling Priti Patel is doing everything she can to put so many obstacles in the way, and make it so difficult for applicants, that some are giving up in frustration. But I won't. I want to help. I want to do what I can in spite of the government.
One thing's for sure. The young people of Britain are noticing this. Our websites and online groups are bouncing with outrage at how the British government are handling this.
Still, if any of you have a single shred of humanity in you - and I'm sure you can afford it. Bloody hell, if I can find a way of doing it you lot must surely be able to - you will be interested in the link below. Do something for humanity for once.
This post was put on a while ago, so just wondered how things have gone. Are they still with you, do you hate each yet, and have they eaten your dog etc etc. The trouble is that Ukrainians are very similar in culture to the Russians, and whilst it may appear a good idea at first, I honestly can't see it working out well for the majority of people.
I have to be honest, I would rather offer someone from our own culture who is presently homeless a roof over their head.