FRENCH President Emmanuel Macron wants Britain to set up an asylum-seeker processing centre in Calais to deal with the migrant crisis.
He told MPs yesterday there was a strong case to reform the laws, especially Article 8 — which guarantees a right to family life.
He said the lion’s share of criminals dodged deportation thanks to the right — which had been too generously interpreted by judges.
A YouGov poll yesterday found just seven per cent of people thought ministers were handling the crisis well.
And Home Secretary Priti Patel was rated third worst minister in a separate poll of Tory party members.
To compound the Government’s headache, the Joint Committee on Human Rights has warned plans to turn back boats in the Channel would endanger lives and breach human rights laws.
Yesterday, French riot police spent the day dismantling more makeshift migrant camps.
They removed tents and threw them in giant bins before moving migrants on.
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