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Nicola Sturgeon expresses her concerns over Calais

Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has written to Mr Cameron expressing her concerns over the impact of the situation in Calais.

Nicola Sturges reiterated her concerns about the impact on Scottish businesses. Credit: Stefan Rousseau / PA Wire/Press Association Images

She said: "Our primary concern over the current situation in Calais must be to play our part in addressing the underlying humanitarian issues. Increasing security at the Channel Tunnel, whilst welcome, will only help in the short term, and is not addressing the root cause of the issue."

She initially wrote to Mr Cameron on July 24 and in her most recent letter she reiterated her concerns about the impact the situation has had on businesses.

"Seafood from Scotland is the UK's biggest food export, worth more than £600 million annually. The delays, damage and uncertainty caused by the lack of safe and timely passage through the Tunnel is costing the sector millions of pounds every week and placing future markets in jeopardy." She said.

Angelina Jolie meets female factory workers in Burma

Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie and Burma's opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi have met with female workers in Yangon.

Jolie is in the country for a four-day visit in her role as a special envoy for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.

UNHCR special envoy Angelina Jolie looks at a project run by a local group. Credit: Reuters
Burma's opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi and Jolie meet with female factory workers at their hostel. Credit: Reuters
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