Eurotunnel

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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(...)

 US stocks extended their losses in early afternoon trading on Tuesday, slipping from record levels, as a sharp drop in oil prices squeezed energy stocks and a rebound in technology shares faded out. Photograph: Drew Angerer/Getty Images

Stocks sensitive to the price of oil fell on Tuesday, putting pressure on European shares, with the pan-European benchmark ending lower after a strong(...)

Eurotunnel warned last July that the Brexit-hit pound would impact earnings in 2016 and 2017, but results are better than expected.

The boss of Channel Tunnel owner Eurotunnel has cheered 2016 as its best year ever as the group shrugged off Brexit fears and the impact of terrorist (...)

Channel Tunnel: at its deepest point it is 76.2m underwater. The shortest proposed Irish tunnel route required traversing an underwater gulch about 274m deep. Photograph: Denis Charlet/AFP/Getty Images

Each year more than 10 million people travel between the UK and France via the Channel Tunnel. How this traffic will be affected by the vote to exit (...)

 Photograph taken with permission from the Twitter feed of @dover_seagull of vehicles entering the port of Dover. Photograph: Dover Seagull/PA Wire

Motorists face more misery on the roads to Dover as queues continue amid disruption expected to last until Monday. Some people were forced to spend t(...)

 Italy’s national soccer player Riccardo Montolivo during a training session at Coverciano Sports Center in Florence, Italy. Photograph: Maurizio Degl’ innocenti/EPA

As soccer fans look forward to the European championship in France this summer, investment strategists have an eye on which listed companies could pro(...)

Calais mayor Natacha Bouchart (centre) and residents of Calais protest to urge the government to help their failing businesses and restore the image of the town affected by the migrant crisis. Photograph:  Philippe Wojazer/Reuters

Several hundred residents of Calais demonstrated near the ministries of finance and tourism and the Élysée Palace yesterday to plead for relief from w(...)

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