Calais' deputy mayor Philippe Mignonet and the port’s immigration chief has said the area needs to be financially compensated for the the impact of English rules on migration.
What we want Cameron to do is to strongly talk to the migrants, that they won't be received and won't be accepted in England any more when they come through Calais.
Then to change the border, and transfer the border back to Dover. At the moment the English border is in Calais. The third point is to compensate financially the prejudice we suffer in Calais because of the English rules.
Lee has been a long distance driver for more than 20 years, but he's never known the situation in Calais to be this bad.
More than a hundred migrants were foiled as they attempted to storm a ferry bound for Britain in Calais yesterday.