Just one in 400 Syrian refugees given asylum in the UK last year were Christians despite them being subjected to "horrendous persecution". A Freedom of Information request found just 11 of those admitted to Britain under the Government's flagship Vulnerable Persons Relocation Scheme (VPRS) were Christian.
This is despite an estimated 10 per cent of the Syrian population being Christian at the start of the civil war.
The number of Christians granted asylum by Britain has slumped considerably since 2016, when 1.5 per cent were Christians.
Last year that percentage dropped to just 0.23 - amounting to 11 of the 4,832 Syrians who were resettled in the UK.