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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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Strikes and protests across France on eve of Euro 2016

The day before the Euro 2016 football championship kicks off, the French government was working overtime to settle a dispute with the state rail company…

The day before the Euro 2016 football championship kicks off, the French government was working overtime to settle a dispute with the state rail company…

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World's longest tunnel opens in Switzerland

The Gotthard Tunnel in Switzerland has officially opened in a ceremony celebrating the money and manpower that went into making the world's longest rail tunnel.

The Gotthard Tunnel in Switzerland has officially opened in a ceremony celebrating the money and manpower that went into making the world's longest rail tunnel.

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Hollande digs heels in as strikes begin on railways

Workers of France’s state-owned railway, SNCF, have gone on strike over controversial new labour reforms as well as issues over working hours and…

Workers of France’s state-owned railway, SNCF, have gone on strike over controversial new labour reforms as well as issues over working hours and…

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Delays and cancellations as French unions begin indefinite transport strike

SNCF workers begun unlimited strike Aviation unions to walkout June 3 to 5 Governtment calls for talks with CGT French unions have upped the ante and launched an indefinite strike, targeting nat

SNCF workers begun unlimited strike Aviation unions to walkout June 3 to 5 Governtment calls for talks with CGT French unions have upped the ante and launched an indefinite strike, targeting nat

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Eurostar sales fall after Paris and Brussels terror attacks

Eurostar passenger numbers fell in the first three months of this year linked to the terror attacks in Paris and Brussels, but bookings are strong for Euro 2016 football matches.

Eurostar passenger numbers fell in the first three months of this year linked to the terror attacks in Paris and Brussels, but bookings are strong for Euro 2016 football matches.

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Roads, railways and refineries hit in two-day French strike

French transport workers on the railways and roads have delivered a patchy response to the Communist CGT union’s call for strike action to protest against labour law…

French transport workers on the railways and roads have delivered a patchy response to the Communist CGT union’s call for strike action to protest against labour law…

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Christian Kern to become Austria's next chancellor

Rail boss Christian Kern will become Austria’s next chancellor, after the Social Democratic Party (SPO) united behind him as its choice to lead the

Rail boss Christian Kern will become Austria’s next chancellor, after the Social Democratic Party (SPO) united behind him as its choice to lead the