We're closing our live page coverage. Here's a summary of the latest developments after 27 people headed for the UK drowned when their boat sank in the Channel yesterday:
- UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has written a letter to French President Emmanuel Macron in which he calls for a deal to return migrants who reach England
- He set out five steps both countries should take as soon as possible, including joint patrols and immediate work on a bilateral returns agreement
- The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) said it was "deeply shocked and saddened" by the tragedy and described it as avoidable. It said all states must "commit to placing human life, rights and dignity at the centre and forefront of discussions"
- A French prosecutor said seven women and three children were among the 27 dead - while two people were rescued
- Little else is known about who died, including their nationalities or what made the boat sink