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As a Brexit supporter, I wanted proper control over our borders, not their virtual closure
PM Jean Castex calls on Boris Johnson to provide legal pathway for asylum-seekers
State airline and sovereign debt among targets of co-ordinated action
Growing number of men and children fleeing the Taliban join those seeking to cross the Channel from France
Capital takes lion’s share of qualified workers from overseas — especially in finance, science and IT
Proposal from Calais meeting comes days after 27 die in small boat trying to reach England
If governments refuse to co-operate, we are left with the horror of children drowning on our shores
The death of 27 people on a makeshift boat has not stopped people trying to reach the UK. Can anything prevent such tragedies?
Macron accuses Johnson of failing to act seriously after UK PM makes demands in public letter
The government is discovering that you cannot control a border from one side
Macron calls for more help as strained relations hamper co-ordination after 27 deaths
Paris and London try to set aside post-Brexit differences to tackle cross-channel people trafficking
Number of European migrants leaving Britain more than tripled last year likely because of Brexit and Covid-19, says ONS
France and the UK must overcome divisions to stem illegal migration
Paris and London seek to shut down human traffickers following deaths of 27 people at sea
Johnson and Macron discuss stepping up joint efforts to prevent deadly journeys
Opposition criticises UK home secretary for failure to tackle surge in Channel crossings
The transformation of Michel Barnier into a nationalist is a warning sign for the EU
Preliminary letters sent to Warsaw and Budapest mean no further action expected this year
Conservative supporters think government is too soft on small boat crossings from France
The Belarus border crisis shows that the EU’s biggest fear is the return of anti-migrant rightwing populism
Tensions ease after diplomatic moves while flight leaves Minsk to repatriate Iraqis
Prime minister says he would ‘never’ allow ‘very rich’ nations to set up camps
A UK Home Office policy barring some 50,000 people from paid work is being challenged in the courts and by business groups