An aerial picture taken on October 8, 2015 shows the 'New Jungle' migrants camp where some 3,500 people live while they attempt to enter Britain, near the port of Calais, northern France. The slum-like migrant camp sprung up after the closure of notorious Red Cross camp Sangatte in 2002, which had become overcrowded and prone to violent riots. However migrants and refugees have kept coming and the 'New Jungle' has swelled along with the numbers of those making often deadly attempts to smuggle themselves across the Channel. AFP PHOTO DENIS CHARLET        (Photo credit should read DENIS CHARLET/AFP/Getty Images)