After the war started in Ukraine last year, the UK created several programs to welcome Ukrainian refugees. British families received stipends to welcome them into their homes, and the Ukrainians had special status to live and work in Britain. But Sudanese refugees fleeing the civil war there have no quick, legal path to enter the UK, even if they have family there. Rebecca Rosman reports on how the government is being called on to assist those fleeing Sudan more, which is a former British colony.
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