Baroness Prashar concludes the debate by making two points.
Firstly she is disappointed that the government has dismissed the report's call for refugee children to be appointed a guardian and warns that failing to do so is only "storing up problems for later".
Secondly she emphasises one of the report's conclusions - that implementing "family reunification" did not act as a pull factor encouraging refugees to make the journey to Europe.
And there the debate comes to an end, as does the evening in the Lords.
Peers return tomorrow for oral questions at 3pm.