The groundbreaking decision, made at the ongoing UN summit in New York, saw scores of nations agree to take a percentage of 360,000 refugees earmarked for resettlement.

This is double the number allowed to enter nations worldwide last year.

Romania, Portugal, Spain, Czech Republic, Italy, France and Luxembourg agreed to take a staggering ten times the amount of refugees they accepted in 2015.

Countries have also collectively granted £3.4billion in financial contributions to UN appeals and other humanitarian organisations.

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