Calais migrants put on flights by France quickly return

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Calais migrants put on flights by France quickly return

" French taxpayers are spending tens of thousands of euros a week on a private aeroplane that flies migrants from Calais to other French towns, only for most to return. The practice, revealed by StreetPress, a French investigative website, has been condemned as an extraordinary waste of public money. French border police argue that it is necessary to move the migrants because their station in Coquelles, near Eurotunnel’s terminal outside Calais, has space for only 79 people in its cells"

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  • Sage, Adam. "Calais migrants put on flights by France quickly return", The Times, October 21, 2015.

 

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