By Ninder Kaur

Bob Geldof has offered to accommodate four refugee families in his London and Kent homes as Europe struggles comes to terms with the scale of the humanitarian crisis.

Live Aid campaigner Bob Geldof says he is “immediately” prepared to let three refugee families stay at his Kent home.


Bob is prepared to open the doors of his house in Davington, near Faversham, to help deal with the growing migrant crisis. He is also allowing another refugee family to take up residency at his flat in London.

During an interview on Irish radio station, RTE Radio One, this morning, He said: “We are better than this, we genuinely are. I’d be happy to put up a Syrian family.

“I’m prepared – I’m lucky, I’ve a place in Kent and a flat in London – me and [partner] Jeanne would be prepared to take three families immediately in our place in Kent and a family in our flat in London, immediately, and put them up until such time as they can get going and get a purchase on their future

“It is a monstrous betrayal of who we are and what we wish to be, we are in a moment that will be discussed and impacted upon in 300 years time, a fundamental shift in the way the world has worked for the last, say, 600 years.

“If there’s a new economy there needs to be a new politics. There isn’t and it’s that failure of new politics that has led to this f***ing disgrace,” he added.