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Cazeneueve Denies Brexit Alters Calais Jungle Situation


Bernard Cazeneuve, French Interior Minister, said on Wednesday in Paris that a British exit from the European Union will not affect the situation with refugees, stranded in Calais, who are trying to reach the UK.

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