They obviously didn’t take them far away enough, like back to the same coastlines where they departed from for Europe.
In one week, half of all the 1,800 child migrants who had been rehoused in welcome centres across France have left to return to Calais and seek their path to the UK again.
Around 6,000 migrants have been cleared out of the notorious Calais Jungle and dispersed across 460 centres in France, where they have been told they could apply for asylum.
According to the French publication, L’Express, there are children who have returned to Calais where the Jungle Camp has just been destroyed as they hope to reach the UK.
The Calais Jungle camp has been dismantled in recent days
19 young migrants want to leave as they still want to get to England via Calais where they say they have family and the language is more familiar to them
In Charente-Maritime in South West France, half of the 22 child migrants who had been relocated there have returned to Calais.
Only five child migrants from Somalia and Afghanistan got onto a vehicle to Fouras in South West France.
According to Sudouest, around 30 others did not get onto the planned transportation from the Calais Jungle Camp.
The president of the association of teaching in Fouros, Dadou Kehl, said: “Many of the migrants are always are on the telephone with people already in England. Our association is running a holiday centre and not a detention centre.”