- Video report by ITV News Correspondent Martin Geissler
Hundreds of refugees and migrants have packed their bags on the first day of the mass exodus from the Calais Jungle.
Approximately 2,000 camp residents, including an estimated 300 children, will have passed through the registration centre on the edge of the camp by the end of Monday, a spokesman for the French Interior said.
Crowds carrying rucksacks, holdalls and wheelie-bags, many with scarves over their faces, queued to register for accommodation centres elsewhere after being told they must leave the camp or risk arrest and deportation.
Demolition work on the camp is expected to begin on Tuesday.
Teenagers gathered at a makeshift church in the Calais 'jungle' just days after authorities declared the operation to clear the camp over.
Those still left after the demolishing of the 'Jungle' camp were seen wrapped in blankets as they prepared to sleep rough.
The UK's French ambassador, Sylvie Bermann said the destruction of the Calais 'Jungle' will encourage refugees to seek asylum in France.