Law speaks as others including British actor Jones look on during a visit to the Jungle migrant camp in Calais.
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Six migrants were given a month in prison Monday for occupying a ferry in northern France, while charities warned thousands could be affected by plans to evict half of the "Jungle" refugee camp in Calais.Several hours later, police removed them, arresting 24 migrants and 11 members of the No Borders activist group.The convictions came a day before a deadline of 19:00 GMT Tuesday set by local authorities for people in the southern half of the Jungle migrant camp to leave.It estimates there are currently some 3,700 people living there, all of whom are hoping to sneak aboard lorries heading for Britain.But according to charities working in the camp, who say they have done a census, there are around 3,450 people living in the southern part – including 300 unaccompanied children.Conditions in other camps along the northern French coast are even direr than those in the Jungle.
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