The mayor of Calais has called for migrant camps to be moved to Britain stating the country must “take the consequences” of the decision to leave the EU.
The Le Touquet agreement which keeps border checks – and many migrants – on the French side of the Channel has been called into question following Thursday’s Brexit vote.
Current law is that a carrier who brings someone into the country without the correct documents gets fined £2,000 a head (think that number’s right).
Thus the document checking is always going to be at embarkation.
Further, for anyone claiming asylum or refugee status, that claim must be made in France, it being a safe country. In other words, bugger off.