I wanted to hear about the effects of the migrant crisis on local businesses in Ouistreham, France.
We heard from one hotelier, who didn’t want to be filmed as she feared for her business and her life. Normally, visitors would book in for four or five nights for sightseeing at the D-Day landing beaches, and to pay their respects at the war graves. These days, she tells us, her business is down by 50 per cent.
I spoke to three businessmen involved in the restaurant trade, metal and the meat industry. All said the same: that their lives had changed, they feared for their country, their way of life and they were fed up with the EU and President Macron who put the migrants before the French people.
This is the story of a town under siege.
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