'On the basis of this criteria it seems that any child subject to a medium or moderate sexual exploitation is on their own'
Downing Street says it expects the border post to remain once Britain leaves the European Union
Quiet arrival comes in stark contrast to group photographed arriving in Croydon in October, who were subjected to intense scrutiny regarding their ages
Police called after someone spotted potatoes being pushed through a hole in the lorry as a way of attracting attention
Exclusive: Children are struggling to survive in difficult and dangerous conditions, volunteers told The Independent
Haris Stanikzai arrived in England under the landmark Dubs amendment last week claiming to be aged 16
Lack of preparation by the authorities has left the young and most vulnerable in terrible circumstances
The French Prime Minister says he has told Theresa May British authorities must 'play their part in subsequently welcoming them to the United Kingdom'
Around 35 children aged 13 and below who have been qualified under the Dubs amendment are set to leave for Britain this afternoon
The fate of around 1,300 unaccompanied children in the camp remains uncertain
Refugees who had packed up their belongings and arrived to queue have now been told to go back to the camp and wait longer
The new chair of the Home Affairs Select Committee said hundreds of children in the camp are at risk despite efforts to bring some to the UK
It comes as Government department rules out 'unethical' dental checks to verify age of refugees
'Inappropriate and unethical' tests would not accurately prove whether someone was under 18 anyway
The ruling claimed the Jungle Camp closure 'does not disregard the principle of prohibition of inhuman and degrading treatment'
Exclusive: Outraged MEP describes actions as ‘inhuman’, while refugees say they’ve been threatened with force if they fail to obey orders