1. Various of French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron and Xavier Bertrand iarriving in Isbergues, talking with officials
2. Set up of Bertrand and Macron
3. SOUNDBITE (French) Xavier Bertrand, President of Hauts-de-France, and member of the Republicains Party:
"The situation is becoming unbearable. The migrant's tragedy cannot go on - this human tragedy. The economic tragedy that Calais is going through cannot go on forever. The harassment of police forces cannot go on forever. The British wanted to regain their freedom? So they must take back their border. Because the situation has changed since the Le Touquet agreement. There are tens of thousands of refugees today in the world. And a Europe that does not manage to pursue a policy that allows this to be regulated - there is no migrant in Calais who wants to stay in Calais. They want to go to England. So now England is to come up with the solution. I know that the minister has to obey government solidarity. But he was very clear a few months ago and Mr Cameron himself told that in case of Brexit, there would necessarily be a renegotiation."
4. Cutaway Bertrand and Macron
5. SOUNDBITE (French) Xavier Bertrand, President of Hauts-de-France, and member of the Republicains Party:
"Today we say to English people: it is your subject. It is your problem. We want to talk about this, we will sit down and discuss it. But we start from a basis: the Le Touquet agreement, as we say in the Picard language "that's over" (in English)"
6. Various of Macron being shown around a factory
7. SOUNDBITE (French) Emmanuel Macron, French Economy Minister:
"I am lucid about the situation. I share the observation of Xavier Bertrand; David Cameron indeed took an engagement when, in Amiens with the President of the Republic, they discussed the fact that Britain had to reconsider the issue. So I think that all this will have to be, even if the legal framework is different, part of this relationship. We also have to ask Britain how it can bring a more practical answer to this situation. There is sadly no perfect solution to this problem. But I do think that we can find better ones."
As Europe deals with the aftershocks of Britain's referendum vote to leave the European Union (EU), the president of the Calais region on Monday said he thought the Touquet agreement, which keeps border checks on the French side of the Channel, should be renegotiated as a consequence.
"The British wanted to regain their freedom? So they must take back their border. Because the situation has changed since the Le Touquet agreement," Xavier Bertrand said during to a visit to a factory in Isberques in the Pas-de-Calais region with French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron.
Macron said he shared this view and earlier called for migrant camps in Calais to be moved across to the British side of the channel, following the vote to leave the EU.
Britons voted 52 to 48 per cent last Thursday in favour of ending their country's 43-year membership in the 28-nation bloc.