It has been revealed the displaced residents of the infamous Calais Jungle have started to form new smaller camps across France. The Jungle was demolished last year, in a bid to prevent migants making there way to Britain.
Now the Express is reporting at least Six new camps have been formed in France, where migrants look to exploit weaker areas of the border. The settlements are based around the Nord-Pas-de-Calais region and has caused fresh concerns of a new border crisis.
The newspaper reports “Dozens of service stations on motorways leading to the port and Eurotunnel terminals are the new frontline in the fight against people smuggling with lorry drivers describing them as “no-go areas” after dark”
It added “Experts now fear camps like this will “mushroom” across the northern French countryside.” The camps range from 30 residents to a 100 residents, but with more migrants arriving in the area everyday it seems almost inevitable these camps will swell or more will emerge accross the French countryside.