A senior French minister triggered a furious political row today by saying the Calais migrant camp will come to Kent if Britain votes to leave the European Union.
Economy minister Emmanuel Macron told the Financial Times that leaving would end the agreement that allows the UK to enforce border controls - and keep unwanted migrants on the French side of the Channel.
It's the first time a French government figure has made such a threat. But it's being branded "scaremongering' by MPs campaigning for the UK to remain in the EU. More from our political correspondent Phil Hornby.
The economy... security... trade... immigration? What will decide how you vote in the big EU referendum debate this June? Today, another flashpoint: Calais, with the Remain campaign highlighting the French Government's claim that the so-called jungle could move to Kent if we vote Out.
Anneliese Dodds MEP, the Labour euro-MP for south east England and Conor Burns, the Conservative MP for Bournemouth West argue the case for and against. And we meet Arthur, a 102-year-old voter who promises to that on June 23 he will "crawl" to the voting booth, if he has to.
France could end UK border checks in Calais if the UK votes to leave the EU, a French government minister has said.Read the full story ›
A Kent MP has joined calls for the French to use their armed forces to control migrants in Calais.
And Folkestone's Damian Collins says Britain should be prepared to help if the French can't cope.
It comes after a group of migrants trying to get to Britain broke through security at the Port of Calais and got on board a cross channel ferry.
Phil Hornby reports.
The Port of Calais has been temporarily closed due to a migrant invasion, as soon as they are cleared the Port will re-open.
There are delays of up to one hour on P and O Ferries between Dover and Calais due to operational reasons.
The chief executive of the Road Haulage Association has renewed calls for the French military to protect lorry drivers on Channel routes.Read the full story ›
A family-run haulage firm in Wiltshire is considering pulling out of its European operations, because of the danger posed to its drivers and vehicles - by people intent on getting to Britain.
Thousands of pounds of damage has been caused to lorries owned by Broughton Transport Solutions. And they say when immigrants manage to get on board, the firm gets fined thousands more.
David Woodland reports.
How would you like to live in a four-bedroomed detached house with an acre of gardens? Or maybe a 3-bed townhouse with garage and in front of a river? And it all involves a daily 30-minute rail journey. David Johns reports.