In a display of what could be termed as nothing short of acts of absolute kindness and eleemosynary, luminaries of Britain have once again pitched in to do their bit to lessen suffering amongst the very unfortunate.
The aid campaigner and singer, Bob Geldof, said he was sickened by the current immigrant crisis in Europe.
Bob Geldof, popular Irish singer, songwriter and the recipient of honourory knighthood by the British Monarch for his charity works has offered to accommodate four refugee families. He said he would open the doors to his family home as a personal response as Europe struggles to comes to terms with the scale of the humanitarian crisis.
The dean of York Minster, the Very Reverend Vivienne Faull, has also offered to house a refugee family and has urged the government to offer more support.
She said, “I understand Britain is providing considerable help through its overseas aid budget but it is now clear that this is not providing an adequate solution and we need to do more to help those in desperate need.”
Both Geldof and Dean Faull made the comments before the UK Prime Minister confirmed that Britain would accept “thousands more” Syrian refugees.