This video says about itself:
25 November 2015
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Tuesday 5th January 2016
Home to between 2,600 and 3,000 people, the camp is the biggest outside the Calais “Jungle” and has grown significantly in recent weeks.
A report on the organisation’s website yesterday said that the recent spate of wet weather had made conditions there unhygienic and dangerous.
“People are surviving on very little,” said Red Cross head of UK planning response Simon Lewis. “There’s no electricity, heating or waste management.”
“The lack of toilets and showers mean people are living in appalling and inhumane conditions.”
Refugee crisis: Police block aid to French camp ‘far worse’ than Calais Jungle. By-law prompts desperate appeals for help amid detoriating conditions at Grande-Synthe near Dunkirk: here.