The sale of tickets to travellers without reservations has been suspended
They will say that Jeremy Corbyn will bankrupt your country – they will not face up to the biggest single issue facing Europe today
Eurotunnel said the break-in was made by a "large and very co-ordinated group"
The Independent's correspondent Joseph Charlton spent three days in the notorious refugee camp
The vast majority of the migrants there refuse to apply for asylum in France, as once they do so, they will lose their right to seek asylum in the UK
Police say his body was found on Friday off Exmouth
A Syrian asylum-seeker attempted to throw himself from the roof of the ferry terminal in Calais today after a day of negotiations with French and British authorities failed to satisfy 50 Syrians who have been squatting on a gangway at the channel port since Wednesday.
British emergency services coordinate cross-channel search and rescue operation in hunt for single-engine plane that came down off the Kent coast
European arrest warrant is issued for maths teacher and 15-year-old as focus shifts to Spain
Where to go and what to know
The moderate left was on course for a comfortable victory in French parliamentary elections last night, strengthening President François Hollande's grip on power.
The View From Here...
An international manhunt was under way for a lodger yesterday after a woman and her mother were found dead at the house where he lived.
Our fortnightly series of travellers' guides to holiday destinations goes to French Flanders. Adrian Phillips reports
Hundreds of desperate migrant workers have gathered near Calais
Air traffic controllers in America were on the alert last night – none of those infamous mid-shift naps – for a blip on their screens that may at first sight appear to be a human with wings. Wait, it will be a human with wings as well as a jet pack firmly attached to his back, and a cargo-hold of courage.