“Unless urgent steps are taken to address this, we will see very small numbers of people taking up this offer and a lot of the public’s generosity squandered," the Labour shadow secretary said.
“I don’t think those two situations are directly analogous, clearly they are not directly analogous and I don’t think the prime minister was saying that they were directly analogous," the chancellor said.
Putin hailed the “special operation” in Ukraine and claimed he was seeking to free the Donbas region from “genocide”.
He said the West “doesn’t even bother to hide that its aim is to damage the entire Russian economy, every Russian”.
“Boris Johnson, please, show some humanity," the man, who experienced the devastation of the Second World War as a child, said.
"It's only March, but you, sir, have just posted the dumbest thing I'll see on Twitter all year," one person replied.
The campaign comes as world attention is gripped by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, which has overshadowed other humanitarian crises across the world.
The vacation rental company said around 14,000 European hosts and 4,000 US ones offered to receive Ukrainians.
“Perhaps it's not a good idea for Richard Madeley to start talking about the war going nuclear to that poor woman hiding in her basement with her three children in Kiev?," one Twitter user said.