The Islamic insurgents camp in Calais because of the city's close proximity to The Tunnel that transverses the English Channel to Britain.
French taxpayers are, in effect, being forced to accommodate foreign invaders.
It's akin to being forced to providing house-guest accommodations to a burglar who won't leave your home.
The order comes from France's highest court.
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France's top administrative court has backed an order that forces the French government to improve conditions at the New Jungle camp in Calais, after several NGOs said the camp had "serious human rights violations".
France's Council of State rejected on Monday the appeal from the French government, meaning the département of Pas-de-Calais and the town of Calais must work to improve life for the 6,000 migrants who live at the camp.
The body noted that the living conditions at the slum were "very likely to expose migrants to inhumane or degrading treatment".
The council's decision backs an earlier judgement by a court in Lille that ordered France to install ten more water stations - with five taps each, 50 latrines and "one or several" more access points to emergency services.
Doctors of the World (Medecins du Monde) and Catholic Relief Services, as well as other NGOs, has appealed to the court to "end serious human rights violations" of the migrants living in the camp where the number of inhabitants has nearly doubled since the end of September.
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