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The DFDS Seaways ferry Cote des Dunes, loaded with freight lorries, departs from the Port of Dover, Kent, on Christmas Eve. Photograph: Aaron Chown/PA Wire

Transportation of lorries from Dover to France across the English Channel has resumed on Thursday after drivers returned negative Covid-19 test result(...)

General view of freight lorries separated from other traffic on a Dover-bound section of the M20 motorway in Kent, England during a live test by Highways England to mobilise a moveable barrier system. Photograph:  Dominic Lipinski/PA

Brexit stockpiling is causing 17-kilometre lorry queues and delays of up to five hours in Calais, France, it has emerged as hopes of a trade deal betw(...)

Canal plus film: Attendees in canoes at the Gowanus Dredgers paddle-in movie in Brooklyn, New York, on September 19th. Photograph: Paul Frangipane/Bloomberg

Image of the week: Waterworld Drive-in cinemas are a last century business, cycle-in cinemas are much more 2020, but for those seeking true edge, wel(...)

People queue in line to check in for a British Airways flight to Heathrow airport at Nice airport. Photograph: Daniel Cole/AP Photo

British holidaymakers in France scrambled on Friday to return to the UK before a newly imposed quarantine comes into effect following a rise in corona(...)

A Eurotunnel freight shuttle, operated by Getlink SE, exits the channel tunnel in Coquelles, France. Photograph: Christophe Morin/Bloomberg

Getlink confirmed its 2019 core profit guidance on Wednesday after reporting almost flat year-on-year third quarter revenue amid Brexit uncertainties (...)

File image taken from CCTV of Paul Crossley pushing 91-year-old Sir Robert Malpas on to the tracks of Marble Arch Underground station. Photograph: British Transport Police/PA Wire

A man with paranoid schizophrenia who pushed a former Eurotunnel chairman on to London Underground tracks has been jailed for life. Paul Crossley (47(...)

Dieppe harbour in northwest France. As Brexit approaches, the ports of the English Channel and the North Sea are preparing for the worst. Photograph: Charly Triballeau/AFP/Getty Images

Pauline Schnapper, professor of contemporary British civilisation at the Sorbonne, is quoted often in French media as a leading expert on Brexit. “I a(...)

Paul Crossley was found guilty on two counts of attempted murder after pushing two men towards the tracks of the London Underground in April.  File photograph: Joel Ryan/PA Wire

A man who pushed a former Eurotunnel chairman onto the tracks of the London Underground has been found guilty of attempted murder. Sir Robert Malpas (...)

We’re fond of good news stories on this page and while we get them pretty rarely we’re happy to highlight them when we do, particularly when they chim(...)

Migrants from Ethiopia on the streets of Calais, as one year on from the demolition of the camp dubbed ‘The Jungle’ migrants continue to stay in the town and attempt to cross the border to the UK. Photorgaph: Joe Giddens/PA Wire

One year after demolition of “the Jungle” where several thousand migrants once camped and cooked and made night-time attempts to cross the English Cha(...)

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