Despite the 'Jungle' being cleared a year ago, migrants still come to Calais in the hope of crossing the Channel.Read the full story ›
- Video report by ITV News Correspondent Martha Fairlie
The Government's announced ending of the so-called Dubs scheme that allowed unaccompanied refugee children into Britain has been met by heavy criticism and left young people in limbo in France.
British lawyers said 14-year-old Jonah had been cleared to enter the UK before he was taken away to a French reception centre that has now closed.
He had paid a high price to leave his native Eritrea as a persecuted Christian after his father was shot dead.
Now back in Calais, Jonah is among the desperate unaccompanied children who have been sheltering in squalid conditions and has appealed for Theresa May's administration to honour its "promise" to help him.
Delays in the resettlement of migrant children from Calais' "Jungle" camp are leaving some at risk of suicide, a charity has warned.Read the full story ›
A child refugee has told ITV News he felt "heartbroken" to be accused of lying about his age after entering the UK from the Calais Jungle.Read the full story ›
French authorities have begun transferring the remaining minors from the demolished 'Jungle' camp to reception centres around France.Read the full story ›
Teenagers gathered at a makeshift church in the Calais 'jungle' just days after authorities declared the operation to clear the camp over.Read the full story ›
With the Calais 'Jungle' camp having been "cleared" by French authorities, many migrant teenagers are now heading to Paris.Read the full story ›
Those still left after the demolishing of the 'Jungle' camp were seen wrapped in blankets as they prepared to sleep rough.Read the full story ›
Around 70 people facing a second night of sleeping rough around the "Jungle" in Calais are being allowed into the camp's church and school, a charity has said.
Volunteers from Help Refugees said they are taking food and blankets to the stranded group, around half of whom are thought to be children.
Earlier on Thursday Home Secretary Amber Rudd reminded French authorities of their duty to "properly protect" children, amid reports youngsters were forced to sleep rough around the smoldering remains of the camp on Wednesday night.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd has spoken to French counterpart Bernard Cazeneuve "to stress the need for children who remain in Calais to be properly protected" after dozens of youngsters were forced to sleep on the roadside of the Jungle camp.