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
Exclusive: Nina Harries says she was stopped at French passport control in Folkestone and told: ‘You're not going’
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
The Big Question: As French President Francois Hollande claims the camp in Calais will be closed by the end of the year - what will be the impact on residents?
Despite news of happy marriage between former volunteer and refugee Ms Mosely says she 'strongly discourages' such romances in the Jungle
Conditions in migrant and refugee camps are ‘not acceptable’, says President Francois Hollande in bid to shut down Calais Jungle
The four metre-high concrete barrier is expected to be completed by the end of the year
Even people who have a legal right to claim asylum in the UK don't know how to reach the country, a new report says
Despite a police operation to half the size of the camp its population has increased
'We just couldn't go home – there are people whose kids are hungry,' says Sofinee Harun
French politicians are pushing for the end of the Le Touquet deal which they blame for creating the Jungle camp
Abroad begins at Calais. The problem is, we adore it – and everyone knows that
Drivers facing delays of up to 10 hours in Dover took to Twitter to blame it on the French
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'We must move the border back to where it belongs'