French police warn they will use force as they clear shacks, reports Oscar Quine in Calais
France is not a bad place to end up, and surely better than the squalor of the Jungle
In her first UK interview, the official behind the plan to clear the Jungle tells John Lichfield why it was justified
The woman's condition was not immediately confirmed but reporters said she was conscious
Masked demonstrators picketed the celebrity hangout over French government's 'social barbarity'
'No adult should be living here. Let alone kids. It’s dangerous,' says the British actor
Youngest child found was a 10-year-old boy from Afghanistan
Hundreds of migrants could be forcibly removed from the camp unless they voluntarily leave by Tuesday night
Paris also plans to demolish medical, aid and legal centres, libraries, mosques, schools and kitchens
'The powers that be don’t want to declare this a state of emergency – which it is'
Exclusive: Migrants accuse local police of failing to protect them from the beatings – and carrying out their own assaults
New laws might change the countries where refugees end up but they will not stop them arriving, a report found
Over half a century ago Britain played its part in saving the lives of another “bunch of migrants”.
'Today of all days it’s particularly unfortunate that he’s used the language he did,' says campaigner
That David Cameron called the refugees at Calais a "bunch of migrants" was no accident.
The Labour leader says some people at the camp have British passports