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Migrants sleep outside a makeshift camp in Calais today as they wait for their arrival in Britain
Fires broke out this morning at a warehouse complex in Calais that is being used to house migrants and refugees
People are seen leaving a makeshift camp in Calais today as they wait for their arrival in Britain
Migrants sleeping on the ground, or on lorries, at a camp today were due to have their journey to Britain interrupted by a heavy rain on the M20 in south-east England.
Groups of 30 to 50 men have been ca영주출장안마mping the main road, just under the M20, since early on Monday, taking in about 5,000 people.
But an influx of migrants from the southern tip of France has put a serious brake on the scheme.
Tens of thousands of migrants hoping to reach Britain from Calais have waited longer than expected in freezing rain for the chance to cross the Channel.
Fires broke out this morning at a warehouse complex in Calais that is being used to house migrants and refugees.
But in southern England thousands of people had slept under trees on lorries carrying thousands of vehicles from Bognor Regis to Calais as they sought their journey to Britain.
Thousands of people넷마블 포커 waiting to enter England were told this morning that their journey will be interrupted on Sunday after a heavy rain has stopped traffic. They may also need to use special buses
Firefighters inspect the aftermath of what the fire department described as a’shocking’ fire in a warehouse complex in Calais where migrant arrivals have been living for two days
It has been a difficult two days for the migrants, who have slept on the ground, or on lorries, at a camp this morning
Migrants sit at a makeshift shelter today, having just moved into a build바카라 게임ing due to be built on a railway junction opposite a bridge in Calais
Emergency services at the scene yesterday told the Daily Mail that the fire was caused by an electrical fault, not a camp fire.
The men were staying at a shelter set up to house the hundreds of migrants who will be brought to the UK when the EU referendum is held on June 23.
The warehouse is due to be made available to migrants on Sunday night.
But it is understood it will be the last available space