Easier now to clear you all out of the area…..
Send them all packing to where they originated from.
Calais refugee camp is reduced to ashes as hundreds of migrants burn tents amid brawl over human trafficking routes to Britain
Migrants walk among the burnt tents after a massive brawl that left 40 people injured in the Jungle migrant camp in the northern French town of Calais
- Brawl at the Jungle left forty people injured as guns and knives were drawn by feuding migrants
- Fifteen people were taken to hospital and riot police were called to the scene in the northern French town
- Rival people smugglers have been clashing in the port town for months over price of taking human cargo
The squalid Jungle camp in Calais descended into anarchy this week as hundreds of migrants joined a brawl between rival gangs.
Police believe the migrants, mainly Afghans and Sudanese, were fighting over disputed trafficking routes into Britain.
More than 40 people were injured as guns and knives were drawn, and 15 were taken to hospital for treatment.
Burnt shelters at the Jungle following the brawl, which is believed to have been caused by a dispute over traffic routes into Britain
Meanwhile 15 fire engines were called out at the height of the violence on Thursday morning, as rival gangs burnt down shelters.
Rival people smugglers have been clashing in the French port town for months over the price of taking their human cargo across the English Channel on lorries and small boats.
It is understood some of those desperate to get to Britain will pay between £7,000 and £10,000 to the smugglers for a ‘guaranteed’ safe arrival.