Matt Hancock wants to offer a home to seven Ukrainian refugees and their dogs

MATT Hancock will be living with seven Ukrainian refugees who have fled the war zone from the end of this week, we can reveal.

Former Minister of Health takes the family and their four dogs to his Suffolk estate Houses for Ukraine to plan.


Matt Hancock will open his home to a Ukrainian family for six months[/caption]

He has come to the aid of a female constituent whose mother, two sisters, niece, nephew and partner are traveling to the UK with her nephew’s grandmother.

The Tory MP will host the family for six months after describing the visa process as “challenging”.

He told The Sun on Sunday: “I went into this by instinctively making an offer to a constituent whose family was badly needed.”



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Ukrainians were driven from their homes by the Russian invasion
Getty Matt Hancock wants to offer a home to seven Ukrainian refugees and their dogs

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