President Hollande said it made 'no sense' to change 2003 Le Touquet deal which effectively moved Britain's border to northern coast of France.
Despite calls in Calais for UK to 'take back its border', French ministers say bilateral deal that keeps migrants on French soil will not be affected.
Critics of the 6-million-euro wooden-exterior theatre near Calais have argued that the structure is a waste of public money.
Les autorités françaises bloquent un convoi d'aide anglais destiné à la «jungle» de Calais.
Local police chief said local authorities had 'serious reason' to believe arrival of convoy would lead to 'severe disruptions' to public order.
Workers with bulldozers and chain saws have finished the razing of the southern half of the notorious makeshift migrant camp in France's Channel port.
In its latest attempt to reduce the enduring migrant crisis in the Channel port of Calais, where thousands of people live in insalubrious conditions while hoping to find a passage to Britain, the authrities have built an austere residential camp made out of converted shipping containers. Just several kilometres along the coast, near Dunkirk, where a similar crisis is developing, the Doctors Without Borders NGO has built, in cooperation with the local mayor, an unofficial camp of wooden huts that could not be more different, where it says the aim was to make migrants “feel at home”. But the concept is clearly not shared by the government. Carine Fouteau reports.
Police arrested 14 people after they torched tyres and blocked bridges in the Channel port in protests against thousands of migrants gathered there.
Bernard Cazeneuve contradicted claims about impact of Brexit saying: 'We don't need statements that create buzz we need long-term action.'
Asked about impact of EU exit by UK on border controls in Calais, president said: 'I don't want to scare you .. but there will be consequences.'
Paris and London to spend £1.5bn developing next generation of drones, as summit in France discusses security and Calais migrant crisis.
One refugee group says six shelters were on fire and claims watching police prevented attempts to douse flames.
Police fire teargas at migrants who threw stones while three shelters set on fire after authorities dismantle makeshift shacks in refugee camp.
After court ruling, officials go from tent to tent trying to convince residents in the so-called 'Jungle' to leave.
Activists who had sought to stop evacuation of the southern half of the migrant camp say decision will leave thousands with nowhere to go.