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The National Theatre has offered to support a performance of a play about Calais refugees for Home Secretary Sajid Javid.
Mr Javid was criticised for questioning whether people risking their lives crossing the English Channel are "genuine" refugees and defended his decision to declare the migrant crossings a "major incident".
He had been accused of "positioning for the forthcoming Tory leadership battle".
More than 200 migrants have arrived in the UK by boat since November and 543 attempts to cross the Channel were recorded in 2018.
Now, Good Chance Theatre, which has staged plays in the Calais Jungle refugee camp, has offered to host a performance of The Jungle for Mr Javid.
The Jungle is written by British playwrights Joe Murphy and Joe Robertson and depicts a grim year inside the camp. In a tweet, Good Chance Theatre said: "@SajidJavid We'd like to offer you & the @HomeOffice a special performance of TheJungleUS to #startaconversation about why people seek asylum, worsening conditions in Calais causing people to risk their lives & to try to better understand the human beings behind the headlines."
And the National Theatre's official Twitter account endorsed the message, writing: "We'd be thrilled to support this performance. TheJungleUS is such an important piece that brings to life the complex human stories behind asylum claims. #startaconversation."