- Human Relief Foundation has been helping people at the Jungle camp
- A delegation from charity found most people there are economic migrants
- Discovered unwanted aid being dumped and burnt in chaotic conditions
- Now hope to help people in genuine need in Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey
A crisis relief charity chief is set to pull the plug on aid to the Calais ‘Jungle’ camp after discovering most people there are economic migrants ‘without any reason’ to leave their home country.
The Bradford-based Human Relief Foundation has been running a project to help the ‘refugees’ at the makeshift camp and previously claimed they were all ‘fleeing war and significant atrocities.’
But a visit by a team led by Kassim Tokan, the HRF deputy chief executive, discovered a totally different picture on the ground, with unwanted clothing and food being ‘dumped and burnt’ by the migrants.