France's Gallois Says U.K. Lacks Good Faith Over Calais Refugees

Louis Gallois, Peugeot Citroen supervisory chairman and the head of France’s FNARS social integration association, said Monday that the U.K. "is not showing good faith" over the handling of refugees at Calais.

The U.K. is "not showing a minimum of solidarity" in dealing with the refugees, and has a legal duty to help refugees who have U.K. family ties, Gallois said in an interview on France Inter radio station.

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