I met Kareem a few days before he disappeared
'The system is simply not working,' says Yvette Cooper, chair of Labour's refugee taskforce
The former cross-Channel hovercraft may be facing the scrapheap, but there's still a future for these go-anywhere workhorses
Underlying operating profits for 2015 dropped to £34 million compared to £55 million the year before
How long before the staged scenes lead to real drama, asks Chloë Hamilton
The pledge was expected during talks between David Cameron and Francois Hollande in Amiens
Emmanuel Macron said France could exit the 'Touquet' agreement that currently allows British immigration checks in Calais and Dunkirk
French police warn they will use force as they clear shacks, reports Oscar Quine in Calais
Around 100 shelters were demolished on Monday as clashes and fires broke out
Around 50 structures have been demolished in the camp despite an appeal to prevent the clearance going ahead
Clegg has found herself caring for the 400 to 500 children who live at the camp after arriving with no adult guardian
Masked demonstrators picketed the celebrity hangout over French government's 'social barbarity'
Residents have been given until 8pm on Tuesday to leave or they will be forcibly removed by police
The children have travelled thousands of miles from war-torn countries in the hope of seeking asylum in the UK
French politician insists 'it’s not up to France to adapt to foreigners; it is up to foreigners to adapt to France'
Paris also plans to demolish medical, aid and legal centres, libraries, mosques, schools and kitchens