Dover is set to be agitated by an anti-migrant march for the second time this year on Saturday. The Kent town will be the battleground of far-right leagues and anti-fascist groups, in a gloomy retro-futuristic style while millions of refugees continue to pour into Europe.
In the meantime, a survey conducted by YouGov reveals that a 51% of the French public would be in favour of move the British border to the city they call Douvres. Obviously, 52% of the British public wished the controls would remain in Calais, both populations passing the buck to each other.
In case of Brexit, 52% of Britons seem to think the frontier would effectively move to Kent, while 33% of the French reckons it would stay on their shores.
The poll was inspired by François Hollande's warning that Brexit would have "consequences" on the way the two countries "handle the situation in terms of immigration". David Cameron reacted by warning the voters that leaving Europe could "tear up" the agreement that places part of UK's border with France in Calais.
In another survey, YouGov reveals that people from Britain, France and Germany all seem to reckon that Brexit would be negative for both the UK and the EU economies, and the future of Europe in general.
The United Kingdom European Union membership referendum, will take place on June 23 2016.