http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1214161/French-Jungle-razed-week-immigrants-told-You-England-anymore-Calais.html?ITO=1490 The UK must accept some migrants from the illegal migrant camp known as the 'Jungle' when it is razed by France next week, the UN has said. High Commissioner for Refugees Antonio Guterres said the British government should be prepared to allow migrants with large families already in the UK to enter the country. France has vowed to send in its army and riot police to raze the migrant camp at Calais, known as The Jungle, by the end of next week. Immigration minister Eric Besson firmly told those using the camp: 'You will not get to England any more via Calais.' However Mr Guterres told the BBC: 'There will be situations in which we would recommend the British authorities consider the possibility, within reason, of receiving, for instance, people who have large families in Britain and things of this sort. 'What I believe is important is that everybody that is in need of protection should be granted protection.' The UK Border Agency told the BBC that details of the closure were 'matters for the French government'. The camp has replaced official centres like Sangatte as a gathering point for migrants hoping to cross to Britain. Riot police have already taken up positions around the 'Jungle' in preparation for the assault. The camp's demolition is expected on Monday or Tuesday, at the end of the holy Islamic month of Ramadan. 'The majority of people living in the camp are Muslims and we would not want to offend them by launching our raid during Ramadan,' said an officer. Mr Besson said the problem of where to put the displaced migrants would be solved by 'individual solutions'. By this he said he meant forced repatriation, an asylum claim in France, or a voluntary return to their country of origin. But he made it clear the tough action was necessary only because Britain was so soft on immigration. 'The paradoxical situation in which France finds itself is that we're trying to protect entry to the United Kingdom,' said Mr Besson, adding that some 2,000 foreigners living rough in the Calais area was the result. He said Britain's generous welfare benefits encourage migrants from all over the world to use his country as a springboard to cross the Channel. In an interview on TF1, France's main national TV channel, Mr Besson said 'enough is enough' and Calais would no longer be a base for migrants hoping to get into Britain. The action fulfils a pledge he made in April. Mr Besson said crime was again on the increase in Calais around the notorious shanty town, where a London journalism student was raped last summer. At present about 800 mainly Iraqi and Afghan immigrants live on the lawless patch of waste ground, waiting to board Dover-bound trains and lorries illegally. The camp is made up of dozens of makeshift buildings, including kitchens and even a mosque. Lorry drivers are regularly beaten up by gangs of migrants when they try to stop them jumping on to their trailers. Meanwhile, people smugglers infiltrate the camp offering passages to Britain for up to Â£1,000. Such camps have sprung up regularly since the closure in 2002 of the Red Cross centre at Sangatte which acted as a magnet to thousands. 'This is an important stage,' Mr Besson said in the interview. 'We're going to destroy the main working tool of the illegal smuggling rings and more measures will follow.' A French Immigration Ministry spokesman said orders had been issued to destroy the camp and interpreters and social workers would be present. But refugee charities warned that the closure of such camps would make matters worse. 'It's ridiculous, where are all the evicted people expected to go,' said Jean-Pierre Boutoille, of the C-Sur charity. 'You can't just make people who want to get to Britain vanish.' The order to destroy the 'Jungle' comes as port security figures show the number of migrants trying to get into Britain by stowing away on lorries has doubled in the past year. About 6,031 illegal immigrants tried their luck in the first three months of this year compared with 2,919 caught between January and March last year.