European leaders are meeting in Brussels to try to repair the deep divisions that have opened up over how to deal with the refugee crisis.
Whilst EU ministers have agreed to relocate 120,000 refugees and migrants, in reality more than half a million have reached the continent with thousands more arriving daily.
Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia oppose mandatory quotas, with the latter threatening legal action over the decision.
Britain has an opt out from the compulsory quotas but David Cameron has faced criticism for not doing enough to help the crisis. Today, he offered an additional £100m to help refugees in camps near Syria.
A lack of controls at the external borders means refugees and migrants are arriving into the EU far faster than politicians can agree what to do with them.
ITV News' James Mates reports from Brussels:
The latest EU emergency summit has to done very little to solve the refugee crisis other than create bitter arguments between members.
European leaders have been told their collective pledge of more than one billion euros will not end an accelerating refugee crisis.
Mahmoud Elawi enjoyed a comfortable life before war turned his family's life upside down. Now he wants to thank Britain for its compassion.