Migrants living at a camp in France have told ITV News that traffickers are charging thousands of pounds to smuggle people into Britain.Read the full story ›
Refugees at a camp in Northern France have told ITV News they're determined to get to the UK and are willing to risk their lives trying.Read the full story ›
Tonnes of aid for refugees collected by people in Cornwall will depart for Syria later.
A 40-foot container was filled with donations in Wadebridge earlier this month and was taken to High Wycombe. Today it's shipped to help those in need.
People were so generous that organisers in Wadebridge had to take over a warehouse at the Royal Cornwall Showground.
Volunteers in Bristol are making final preparations for an aid convoy to help Syrian refugees in Northern France.
Hundreds of boxes of donated food, toiletries and clothing will be driven across the Channel tomorrow. The group will also help build shelters.
Hundreds have been marching through the streets of Exeter in support of refugees.
In response to the escalating European refugee crisis campaigners gathered outside Exeter cathedral earlier today.
Money was collected for Refugee Support Devon, a local charity who support refugees and their families to ensure that they are given the protection they need and are able to settle successfully in the local community.
This is truly a community event. It is amazing to see the speed at which individuals and local groups have come together to show that they care about what is happening to the refugees, and to remind the government that these people are not numbers or statistics but our fellow human beings who need our help.
Bristol West MP Thangam Debbonaire has made an impassioned call to both the government and public to support refugees fleeing conflict.Read the full story ›
With debate raging over the Syrian refugee crisis, graffiti artist Banksy has made it clear where he stands.
The featured video on his Facebook page today is his 2014 comment on the Syrian crisis, a striking video which looks at the conflict through the eyes of children.
Plymouth Conservative MP Johnny Mercer says Britain should take in more refugees - despite David Cameron saying this was not the answer.Read the full story ›