'These conditions are a disgrace anywhere. We as human beings have to reach out to fellow human beings'
One of the group urged refugees waiting to enter Britain to see his case as proof there is a way to reach the UK 'legally and safely'
'We are delighted with the judgment and look forward to being able to see these families'
The boy was one of more than a dozen refugees to die attempting to cross the Channel in the past year
The French government says it is going to clear out a large swathe of the Calais refugee camp - whether there are people in it or not
More than 300 women and 60 children are understood to be among those facing eviction from the site
'You would have to be the world’s stupidest terrorist to try and enter Britain as a refugee'
In a place widely regarded as being devoid of hope, is there any left at all for the upcoming year?
Police fired tear gas at crowds of people attempting to stop traffic near the French port
The painting shows Jobs carrying an early Apple computer with a sack of belongings on his back
The levels of support from British people were heartening, but why can't the government do more?
6,000 people live in squalor near the Calais ferry terminal
Rob Lawrie faces a charge of aiding illegal immigration in France for what he calls a 'crime of compassion'
A former Iraqi soldier came to the British government's aid during the Iraq war. But now that he's a refugee in Calais, he demands to know why David Cameron won't return the favour.
The bodies of Shadi Omar Kataf and Mouaz Al Balkhi were washed up 500 miles apart
Labour’s refugee task force chief visits the Greek island coping with 7,000 refugees a day