I will never truly understand the pain and suffering you may have gone through to get here. Nobody should. I hope that you will be welcomed by everyone in the UK as the true heroes that each and every single one of you are. I welcome you with open arms and wish you every kind of luck for the future. I will carry your stories of hope with me forever and remember that anything is possible; pain and suffering is not needed. We must together make sure that your pain and suffering was undertaken for a reason. We will support you. I hope you have a great life here. You deserve it. Everyone in the world deserves kindness, respect and safety. I hope you can achieve that here.
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