MIGRANTS recently evicted from the Calais Jungle have branded France racist and says they will do anything to come to Britain.
The migrants claim they were hoodwinked by French authorities, who told them they would be given a “big house in a big city”, but found themselves holed-up in a dirty former children’s home in rural Normandy with no halal meat in sight.
Before they arrived, locals dumped manure outside their soon-to-be-home and lit a bonfire by way of protest.
Rahmat Ahmadi, 18, says conditions are so bad that many migrants are looking to escape in a bid to find their own way across the Channel.
Rahmat said: “They lied to us migrants.
“They promised we would go from the Jungle to a big house in a city. But they dumped us here in a place with no halal meat in the meals, no internet, and where we sleep ten to a bedroom and the kitchen is covered in flies.
“The cows over the fence are better cared for than us. We were tricked and we are going to walk out.
“They are racist. We don’t want to stay here and will just leave and go to a city to wait our chance to get to the UK from there.”
Earlier this week 6,000 migrants were cleared out of the Calais Jungle and dispersed across 460 centres in France, where they were told they could apply for asylum.
Facing the prospect of staying at refugee centres for months or having their claims rejected, migrants are already planning their way into Britain.
A rejected asylum claim in France could send the migrants back their native countries or to the country where they first entered the continent.
However Greece and Italy, the most common routes taken by migrants, are struggling to keep up with the daily influx of migrant dinghies.
Some of the migrants being relocated from Calais had already entered Britain in the past but were deported upon having their asylum claims rejected.
Migrants who have been flown to their countries in the Middle East made their way back into Europe hoping to enter the UK again.
Abdul Jabarkhel lived in London for six years before being deported back to Afghanistan in 2014.
He revealed he joined the migrants in Calais in 2015 and has been trying to climb on the back of lorries entering Britain.
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