I've been across the channel several times this year, by ferry and by Eurotunnel. On the approach road to the Calais ferry terminal, on both sides of the road there is a tall and substantial barbed wire-topped double fence with a metre or two no-man's-land between the two fences. At the Coquelles Eurotunnel terminal there is what amounts to a single fence made of wet string. Fixing that would be a start but it still leaves the actual problem. Under no circumstances are the Frencg going to allow British troops on their soil again and it would not work in any case.
As far as I can see no one has come up with a realistic, practical and effective solution. What use is the civil service recruiting Oxford PPEs if they can't fax something like this?
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