Migrant children start leaving France's 'Jungle' camp for UK

A first group of unaccompanied migrant children left the Calais “Jungle” camp for Britain on Saturday, days after a French minister said the UK had a “moral duty” to take them in. The Calais prefecture confirmed that around two dozen unaccompanied minors were bound for a new life in Britain, where they had family members, although it added that there was no “no deal for a larger-scale plan” evacuation of children.

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