France is reviewing the Touquet accord, an agreement signed in 2003 to reinforce French-British cooperation on immigration. The deal essentially moved the British border to cross-channel embarkation areas in France and Belgium and allowed London to offload some responsibility for border control.
As reported by France24 online, Xavier Bertrand, president of the Hauts-de-France region, where Calais and Dunkirk are located, is among the French politicians calling for a renegotiation of the Touqu...
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