TEENAGERS braved the snow in Corsham to demonstrate their support for a vulnerable 16-year-old Afghan boy who has taken on the government.

The boy, known only as ZS, is one of the hundreds of lone Calais Dubs children still waiting to be settled in the UK, and his legal case, challenging the Government’s decision to reject his relocation, is currently being heard in the Royal Court of Justice in London.

To help support his plea, people across Wiltshire shared photographs of themselves outside in the cold last week, holding signs saying ‘let the refugee children in’ on social media as part of Wiltshire For Refugees campaign.

Martha Stringer, a Corsham sixth former, who shared her photograph online, said: “The fact these

refugee children are the same age as me and my friends really brought this tragedy home to me.

“I couldn’t just stand by and watch this suffering continue.”