I was told that the first indication of the date of the previous camp evictions in February was a local bin man disclosing the end date of his contract to collect rubbish in the south side of the camp. That eviction saw 3,000 refugees forced out of their shelters – this time, it will be 10,000
Camps are dangerous, dirty, cold, and mosquito-infested
Exclusive: Outraged MEP describes actions as ‘inhuman’, while refugees say they’ve been threatened with force if they fail to obey orders
A generation ago, globalisation shrank the world, but now barriers are rising again, driven by waves of migration and the growing threat of terrorism. In the first of a three-part series, we look at the walls going up in Europe and the US
It marks the 14th such death this year
British Red Cross says it has found failures at 'almost every point' in the process
Leading charity argues Home Secretary is breaching her relocation duties
'[The] Commission has to ensure governments stick to agreements,' says migration minister
Plus, The Forgotten Children (ITV): discovering the real people in the refugee crisis
Local authorities rejected an injunction filed by Calais mayor Natacha Bouchart
Parents could face cuts to child benefit if they don't comply, indicates Education Minister
Parents of other pupils reportedly claim foreign students pose a 'health risk'
He previously said women must undergo female genital mutilation to help curb male 'sexual weakness'
UK must 'play its part' in resolving migrant crisis, says French President
Despite news of happy marriage between former volunteer and refugee Ms Mosely says she 'strongly discourages' such romances in the Jungle
EU’s external borders should be under 'total control', claims Viktor Orban