Well Versed is edited by Jody Porter
Thursday 27th Oct 2016
posted by Jody Porter in Arts
Thousands left stranded as camp is demolished
Wednesday 26th Oct 2016
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Unaccompanied minors stranded in the Jungle as ‘chaotic’ clear-out begins
Tuesday 25th Oct 2016
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
AID workers in Calais expressed concern over the weekend over a lack of information ahead of today’s scheduled demolition of the Jungle refugee camp.
Authorities have said they plan to relocate the 6,486 people still staying at the camp to reception centres across France or...
Monday 24th Oct 2016
posted by Morning Star in World
CAMPAIGNERS gathered yesterday to welcome the paltry number of child refugees granted leave to travel to Britain from the Calais Jungle.
The welcome party came amid Tory bluster about the refugees lying about their age.
A bus with 21 refugees on board was due to arrive at the...
Saturday 22nd Oct 2016
posted by Paddy McGuffin in Britain
FOURTEEN children arrived in Britain yesterday as efforts to resettle youngsters from the Calais Jungle were stepped up before the refugee camp is demolished.
Dozens more children are expected to arrive this week after a team of British officials was sent to Calais to help French...
Tuesday 18th Oct 2016
Writing from the Calais Jungle, NANCY DENT describes how the French authorities’ silence is fueling rumours in a volatile environment
Saturday 15th Oct 2016
posted by Morning Star in Features
FRENCH refugee charities told the government yesterday it was “heading straight into a wall” over its plan to clear the Jungle camp in Calais.
Homelessness charity Emmaus and other organisations working in the camp met Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve again over the...
Wednesday 12th Oct 2016
SYRIAN terrorism suspect Jaber Albakr was arrested yesterday after three of his compatriots apprehended him and alerted German police.
Mr Albakr was arrested shortly after midnight in Leipzig, some 50 miles from Chemnitz, where he had evaded authorities on Saturday after they found...
Tuesday 11th Oct 2016
HOME Secretary Amber Rudd pledged yesterday to bring dozens of children living in the Calais Jungle refugee camp to Britain within days.
A list of unaccompanied children with family links to Britain is expected to be supplied to the government by French officials this week, Ms Rudd...