The children brought to the UK will be dispersed to local authorities around the country, reports The Guardian. The Home Office has guaranteed to give councils £40,000 per child for this year to help fund their care. The scheme is voluntary for councils, and about a quarter of England’s local authorities have said that they won’t take part in it. Britain will also spend £36m to help the French authorities ensure that the closure of the Jungle camp is “full and lasting”, and that it doesn’t simply reappear in a few months. The money includes £14m for security at the port.