The destruction of the Jungle camp in Calais continues, cutting ever deeper into the knotted makeshift community of the migrants and refugees. The authorities have said that this process is of benefit to the inhabitants of the camp as they will be moved into a newly opened container centre – however with only 1600 places available for an estimated 6000 people it is inevitable that families will be further exposed to both the elements and criminals whose reason it is to benefit financially from this tragedy.

£17 million has been promised by Cameron to help with the redistribution of the inhabitants of the camp and its destruction but what is needed is an initiative by which these people can be processed and their cases for asylum in the UK heard.