Of the 178 children idenitified by Safe Passage as eligible to join family in the UK the whereabouts of 18 are uncertain and at least one has has disappeared
It marks the 14th such death this year
The Home Secretary told the house that 'dozens' of child refugees would be allowed to settle in the UK, far short of the numbers hoped for by campaigners
Local authorities rejected an injunction filed by Calais mayor Natacha Bouchart
The four metre-high concrete barrier is expected to be completed by the end of the year
It is about 30 degrees outside, and we find ourselves in one of the largest wooden shelters in the Calais Jungle. A hand-painted wooden sign is nailed to the far end of the shelter which reads ‘Calais Jungle Boxing Club’. Around fifteen men are warming up for a session led by Josh McDonald, a 25-year-old from Sheffield who set up the boxing club for the people of the camp, and Arsala Khan, a professional Boxer from Afghanistan living in the camp who is himself preparing for a professional match in Calais as well as being a trainer at the new club.
Aid charity Doctors of the World called the spending of taxpayers’ money on the wall ‘as outrageous as it is ludicrous’
This year, Liverpool offered to take 100 refugees – just one actually arrived. We need to realise that those seeking refuge in the UK are not desperate to come here; they are simply desperate
French politicians are pushing for the end of the Le Touquet deal which they blame for creating the Jungle camp
Amber Rudd is due to discuss security with French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve on first overseas trip
More than 4,000 unaccompanied asylum seekers under the age of 18 have come into local authority care in the UK
The pair will discuss border controls and counter-terrorism
'We must move the border back to where it belongs'
Eurotunnel said increasing attempts were expected ahead of expected migration restrictions
Le Touquet treaty means British border guards can check for immigrants illegally stowing away on the French side of the border
The 40-year-old has been granted asylum in the UK but was prosecuted under a law dating back to the 1800s