Eurotunnel said the break-in was made by a "large and very co-ordinated group"
The Independent's correspondent Joseph Charlton spent three days in the notorious refugee camp
The boy is was the second migrant to die on the Channel Tunnel train line in less than a week
The man had reportedly tried to board the train with several other refugees as it left Calais
'Illegally' high charges mean tunnel runs 43 per cent under capacity while inflating Eurostar ticket prices
Withdrawal from committee follows secret filming by undercover reporters posing as energy firm representatives
Select committee head cancelled TV interviews after suggestions he aided business colleague
Competition Commission had expressed concern that expansion could be used to hike prices
Forecasters warned of torrential downpours tomorrow for the first day of the Bank Holiday weekend.
Barring the unforeseen, there will be a shipwreck in the English Channel today.
Bad weather forecast? Check. The annual French Eurotunnel staff strike threat? Check.
Britons on the move over the bank holiday weekend will have to contend with disrupted journeys, a possible strike on Eurotunnel services, and cool and showery weather.
Next month, a bank holiday bonanza offers the chance of a unique, extended break. Sarah Barrell reveals how to make the most of it
When a fire closed the Channel Tunnel in September 2008, the struggling operator Eurotunnel no doubt consoled itself with one thought: its insurers would pay up. More than two years and a half years later, however, Eurotunnel remains embroiled in a legal battle with the train operators that use its infrastructure between Britain and the Continent.
I never thought I'd board a ferry again once the Channel Tunnel opened to passengers in 1994.
Simon Calder steps aboard the 'Spirit of Britain' – the Channel's version of the superjumbo jet