France says Britain has 'moral duty' to accept Calais child migrants

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France's interior minister said ahead of a meeting on Monday with his British counterpart that he was 'solemnly asking Britain to assume its moral duty' to grant asylum to hundreds of children living in the makeshift migrant camp in the French Channel port.

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France's interior minister said Britain has a moral duty to take in hundreds of migrant children currently in Calais's Jungle camp ahead of a meeting with the UK's Home Secretary Amber Rudd on Monday, reports Radio France Internationale.