Thirty-four migrants were intercepted in the English Channel by the UK Border Force and brought into the Port of Dover early Monday morning.
While her neighbours have built a wall so they don’t have to look at the migrants in Calais, Brigitte Lips welcomes them into her home.
The British government has paid £33 million (€38 million) to Eurotunnel, which runs the Channel Tunnel between the UK and France, after the company took legal action over the process to award ferry contracts to cope with a no-deal Brexit.
With a post-Brexit deal remaining elusive, there are fears that trucks could get stuck in queues in Dover and Calais.
The British prime minister greeted the French president at Britain's army officer training academy ahead of talks on defence cooperation.
President Emmanuel Macron reportedly set to ask Prime Minister Theresa May to contribute hundreds of millions of euros to reinforce France's border check points at ports facing Britain after Brexit.
Dover-bound ferry ran aground in Calais on Sunday but no injuries were reported, said a P&0 spokesman
Migrants continuing to gather in Calais and Dunkirk sleeping rough due to lack of facilities.
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Families, women, and unaccompanied female minors were among the last few hundred residents to leave the migrant camp.
French authorities have begun to move about 1,500 unaccompanied underage migrants from the site of the demolished Calais refugee camp.
Up to 200 children spent the night at a makeshift school on the edge of the Calais ‘jungle’ after spending the previous night sleeping rough.
Dozens of unaccompanied children are said to have faced a second successive night without shelter around the ruins of the so called ‘Jungle’ camp in Calais.
Hundreds of migrants including unaccompanied children are still said to be in the camp in Calais known as ‘the Jungle’, a day after French officials declared that it had been…
French authorities have finished clearing the shanty town known as the “Jungle” outside Calais, saying were confident of dispersing the last of its inhabitants around…
More shelters and tents have been set alight overnight and on Wednesday as a minority of migrants remain on site, despite an ongoing clearance operation.
Eyewitnesses say workers have started to tear down unoccupied tents and shacks. The work has begun by hand to avoid inflaming tensions.
French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said 1,918 people had been processed and sent to 80 centres around France by Monday evening.
More residents of the squalid camp on the northern French coast have been registering for accommodation elsewhere in the country.