The UK and France have agreed on a £500 million three-year Anglo-French deal to tackle illegal migration, which includes the funding of a new detention centre to prevent migrants leaving France on small boats.
The two countries have agreed to unprecedented measures to tackle illegal migration, joint pledges on Ukraine, and energy security.
The first UK-France summit in five years resulted in unprecedented measures to tackle illegal migration and joint pledges on Ukraine and energy security.
The agreement between Rishi Sunak and Emmanuel Macron will see Britain step up efforts to prevent small boats from crossing the Channel.
However, President Macron made it clear that there was no sign of a migrant returns agreement with France that the UK government desires.
The two leaders announced steps to support the war effort, make school exchanges easier, and boost energy independence as they hailed a new beginning in Anglo-French relations.
Whilst The Telegraph highlighted the improved cooperation between the UK and France, Sky News suggested that the pair sought to draw a line under post-Brexit tensions.