In a camp in Coquelles, near Calais, Sudanese migrants no longer have tents to protect themselves from the rain. | Photo: Mehdi Chebil for InfoMigrants
Fences abound in Calais, to try and prevent migrants attempting to board lorries, cars or trains towards the UK | Photo: Emma Wallis / InfoMigrants
Migrants arrive in Kent, England on May 1, 2023 | Photo: picture alliance/Gareth Fuller/PA Wire
The UK is grappling with an influx of cross-Channel arrivals © Ben Stansall / AFP
From file: Migrants are taken to the port of Dover after they were picked up in the English Channel January 10, 2022 | Photo: Reuters
A picture from the protest against the UK government's Rwanda policy, which took place on January 25, 2023 in London | Source: Twitter feed: @IMIX_UK
The Loon-Plage camp, near Dunkirk, on December 15, 2022 | Photo: Dana Alboz/InfoMigrants
'Father Christmases' visit migrants and other marginalized groups in the area around Calais and Dunkirk | Photo: Johan Ben Azzouz/MAXPPP/dpa/picture alliance
The French authorities rescued 61 migrants from the sea on Tuesday, November 29  | Photo: Johan Ben Azzouz / picture alliance / dpa / MAXPPP
For two years, associations not mandated by the State cannot distribute meals in the city center of Calais (archive image).. Photo: Mehdi Chebil pour InfoMigrants.
From file: Migrants are escorted into Dover harbour, after being rescued while attempting to cross the English Channel, in Dover, Britain, August 24, 2022 | Photo: Henry Nicholls,/Reuters
Loon-Plage, France, September 8 2022. The area has been inundated with bad weather | Photo: picture alliance