The married head of the Care4Calais charity set up to help migrants had an affair with one, despite preaching that her charity’s strict policy was “no relationships with migrants”.

Claire Moseley, 46, had a year-long affair at the Jungle camp with Tunisian Mohamed Baijjar, 27, which ended when he allegedly threatened to send photographs of them together to her husband.

Moseley, who was named by the Guardian newspaper as “one of six women who made 2015” was described as “deeply hypocritical” by some of those who worked with her. In January last year she told the BBC that lorry drivers who complained of being attacked driving through Calais by migrants desperate to get to the UK should just “change jobs”, a comment for which the charity later apologised.

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