The disruption caused by the migrant crisis at Calais appears to be getting worse to the point that the UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) has updated its travel advice for France in recognition of the problem.
Neither the French nor the British governments seem to have the will to deal with the problem effectively, and as a result have transferred the burden and consequences onto holidaymakers and businesses that use the port with no immediate sign of relief coming.
If the problem were on the other side of the Channel would both Governments responses be the same? Interesting?
To see the current FCO travel advice for France click here.
For luggage for your summer break click here.
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