Refugees line up for their evening meal outside a disused warehouse in Calais, France. The charity Secour Cathlique helped provide two meals a day and some clothes for the refugees.
After the Sangatte refugee camp closed down an average of 200 refugees lived on the streets of Calais, without food, money or accommodation, trying most nights to get to Britain. There were many different nationalities, mainly Iraqi and Afghani, but also Sudanese, Palestinian and Turkish. 95% are male, aged between 16 and 50.