The families of people who died in the worst migrant mass drowning in the Channel have sent a letter to Prime Minister Rishi Sunak demanding justice.
One year on, the letter claims that the French and UK authorities "failed desperate people who came asking for help."
People on the boat first notified French authorities in the early hours as it began to sink, but French operators told them to call the UK.
The death toll included 21 men, seven women - one of which was pregnant - and three children. Four bodies were never recovered.
They want safe passage for migrants; kindness and compassion; an end to "poisonous rhetoric"; the results of the inquiry into the incident; and to know why the authorities failed their relatives.
"On 24 November 2021, 32 people slowly froze to death in the icy waters of the English Channel while waiting for a rescue that never came. 27 bodies were recovered and four are still missing, only adding to the pain of the families left behind," the relatives wrote.
"We will never let the lives that were lost on the 24 November 2021 be forgotten. For the victims and their families, we demand justice."
"I am doing my best to obtain justice for you and your friends," he added. "Our mother is destroyed as if she is not alive anymore.
"Our father is sallow and has aged in a way that you would never recognise him. Our sisters are constantly praying for your return, our brothers are just living with your memories."