UK and France Must Cooperate to Ensure Swift Transfer of Refugees and Migrants with Family Links to UK
Thousands of refugees and migrants are still enduring squalid living conditions in Calais and Dunkirk in Northern France, many of them in the hope of reuniting with their family in the UK. To break out of this impasse, the UK and French governments must urgently implement measures to facilitate that those in the camps with family links to the UK are swiftly identified and transferred to the UK.
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