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Slumping post-Brexit pound to hit Eurotunnel profit

Eurotunnel has lowered its profit forecast for 2016 and 2017 because the Brexit vote caused the value of the pound to drop.

Eurotunnel has lowered its profit forecast for 2016 and 2017 because the Brexit vote caused the value of the pound to drop.

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Eurostar suspended after migrants break through Calais entrance

Eurostar train services between France and Britain were suspended for several hours early on Saturday after dozens of migrants stormed its terminal

Eurostar train services between France and Britain were suspended for several hours early on Saturday after dozens of migrants stormed its terminal

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Britain, France seek to tackle Calais migrant crisis

Britain and France plan to work together more closely to stem the flow of migrants into the UK. The two countries’ interior ministers agreed on

Britain and France plan to work together more closely to stem the flow of migrants into the UK. The two countries’ interior ministers agreed on

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Failed breach attempt by migrants in Calais

A crowd of around 200 migrants, attempting to get to Britain, made a mass attempt to gain access to the Channel Tunnel near Calais in northern

A crowd of around 200 migrants, attempting to get to Britain, made a mass attempt to gain access to the Channel Tunnel near Calais in northern

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Calais migrant crisis: France should 'compensate' UK drivers

Acting leader of the UK’s Labour Party Harriet Harman has called for compensation from the French government to be paid to British drivers affected

Acting leader of the UK’s Labour Party Harriet Harman has called for compensation from the French government to be paid to British drivers affected

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More police for Channel Tunnel as UK and France pledge to tackle migrant crisis

The French and British governments have vowed to tackle the wider migrant crisis while again pledging more resources to contain the security situation around the northern French port of Calais, as mig

The French and British governments have vowed to tackle the wider migrant crisis while again pledging more resources to contain the security situation around the northern French port of Calais, as mig

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Migrant dies in Channel Tunnel after jumping on UK-bound train

A would-be migrant has died in the Channel Tunnel between France and Britain. The person is thought to have died from their injuries after trying to

A would-be migrant has died in the Channel Tunnel between France and Britain. The person is thought to have died from their injuries after trying to

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Migrant dies in Channel Tunnel

A migrant has died in the Channel Tunnel, the second fatality in less than two weeks. Services were suspended for an hour. Around 0345

A migrant has died in the Channel Tunnel, the second fatality in less than two weeks. Services were suspended for an hour. Around 0345

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Channel tunnel closed again as ferry workers protest on rails

Ferry workers in France faced with losing their jobs have again protested in Calais, cutting sea and rail links to Britain. Eurotunnel was forced to

Ferry workers in France faced with losing their jobs have again protested in Calais, cutting sea and rail links to Britain. Eurotunnel was forced to

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Eurotunnel sells ferries to rival

Eurotunnel, the operator of the Channel Tunnel between England and France, is selling its Calais to Dover ferry business to its Danish rival

Eurotunnel, the operator of the Channel Tunnel between England and France, is selling its Calais to Dover ferry business to its Danish rival

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Channel Tunnel out of the depths 20 years on

Twenty years ago today they cut the ribbon inaugurating the Channel Tunnel, a dream of two centuries, President François Mitterrand and Queen

Twenty years ago today they cut the ribbon inaugurating the Channel Tunnel, a dream of two centuries, President François Mitterrand and Queen

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Channel Tunnel workers treated for carbon monoxide

Nineteen workers have suffered carbon monoxide “poisoning” while changing rail tracks overnight in the Channel Tunnel, according to the French

Nineteen workers have suffered carbon monoxide “poisoning” while changing rail tracks overnight in the Channel Tunnel, according to the French

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Eurotunnel expands mobile and internet access

There will soon be no respite for rail travellers in one of the last places where they could escape fellow passengers shouting “I’m on the train”

There will soon be no respite for rail travellers in one of the last places where they could escape fellow passengers shouting “I’m on the train”

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EU doesn't dig Eurotunnel charges

The European Commission says the charges for passenger and freight trains using the Channel Tunnel are excessive and it wants them cut. The

The European Commission says the charges for passenger and freight trains using the Channel Tunnel are excessive and it wants them cut. The

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Eurotunnel expects Olympic passenger boost

Eurotunnel is expecting an increase in its passenger numbers as the London Olympics draw closer. The company, which operates the Channel Tunnel

Eurotunnel is expecting an increase in its passenger numbers as the London Olympics draw closer. The company, which operates the Channel Tunnel

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Back in the Day: Channel tunnel links Britain and France

May 6, 1994. Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom and French president François Mitterand officially open the Channel Tunnel, the first fixed

May 6, 1994. Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom and French president François Mitterand officially open the Channel Tunnel, the first fixed

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Debt costs push Eurotunnel to a loss

Eurotunnel slipped back into the red in last year. Its 57 million euro loss came as the cost of servicing its debt rose by more than a quarter. It

Eurotunnel slipped back into the red in last year. Its 57 million euro loss came as the cost of servicing its debt rose by more than a quarter. It

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Truck traffic boosts Eurotunnel sales

Eurotunnel’s revenue was up 29 percent in the final three months of last year as it carried over a third more lorries on its shuttle trains through

Eurotunnel’s revenue was up 29 percent in the final three months of last year as it carried over a third more lorries on its shuttle trains through

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Eurotunnel buys GBRf to boost cross-Channel rail freight

The Channel Tunnel operator Eurotunnel is buying Britain’s third-largest rail freight operator, GBRf from UK bus and train operator FirstGroup for

The Channel Tunnel operator Eurotunnel is buying Britain’s third-largest rail freight operator, GBRf from UK bus and train operator FirstGroup for

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Fire, recession and snow hit Eurotunnel profit

Eurotunnel’s net profit slumped last year, falling to 1.4 million euros from 34 million a year earlier. The company operating the Channel Tunnel

Eurotunnel’s net profit slumped last year, falling to 1.4 million euros from 34 million a year earlier. The company operating the Channel Tunnel

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Eurostar slowly returns to normal

Passengers and Eurostar staff breathed a collective sigh of relief when cross-channel passenger trains finally began running again, after three days

Passengers and Eurostar staff breathed a collective sigh of relief when cross-channel passenger trains finally began running again, after three days

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Eurotunnel sales down

Eurotunnel’s revenue fell eight percent in the third quarter to 162.4 million euros. Compared with the same period last year more than a third

Eurotunnel’s revenue fell eight percent in the third quarter to 162.4 million euros. Compared with the same period last year more than a third

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Eurotunnel's recovery quicker than expected

Eurotunnel has said it is on track to complete its financial restructuring sooner than anticipated and is now ready to start converting investors’

Eurotunnel has said it is on track to complete its financial restructuring sooner than anticipated and is now ready to start converting investors’