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Nicola Sturgeon slammed after Ukrainian refugee families 'treated like cattle' in Scotland

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Scotland’s Ukrainian refugee scheme has been accused of treating people like cattle after families were moved around the country with just two hours’ notice.

About 34 women and children who had been staying in Livingston after fleeing the war were shocked when they were asked to leave their accommodation on Friday and board a bus to Aberdeen the same evening.

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of treating refugees “like cattle” after giving assurances the families would receive a “warm Scots welcome” under her Super Sponsor programme.

Viktoria Yasynka, 38, arrived in Livingston three weeks ago along with her sons Yehor, 13, Oles, three, and her mum Tetyana, 66.

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