President Macron and the police have been accused of abandoning the migrants gathering in the north of the country as temperatures start to plummet.
Locals close to the GrandeSynthe camp, near Dunkirk, have demanded more action is taken to prevent a humanitarian disaster.
Some have said that if the French government took a softer approach, some of the migrants would choose to stay in France rather than gather in camps to board flimsy boats to Britain.
Migrants are living in squalid conditions and fury is growing over the lack of help from the French government.
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