News The Channel Tunnel connects Folkestone and Calais

60 people were working in the tunnel overnight when the incident happened, one is in a serious condition

EE and Vodafone to provide 4G access in the Channel Tunnel from summer 2014

2G and 3G access available from March with 4G following later in the year

Boris Bike turns up in Gambia: Photograph appears to show hire bicycle a long way from home

News comes as three friends took a Boris Bike up Mont Ventoux in France and got it back to the capital with 22 seconds to spare

'Delighted' Eurotunnel wins competition appeal to operate Dover ferry services

More than 600 jobs look set to be saved after Channel tunnel operator Eurotunnel won an appeal overturning a competition ruling banning it from operating ferry services from Dover.

Eurotunnel charges a reservation fee that equates to around £14.15 (€16.60) per passenger

Eurotunnel must reduce excessive Channel Tunnel charges within two months, says European Commission

'Illegally' high charges mean tunnel runs 43 per cent under capacity while  inflating Eurostar ticket prices

The Business Matrix: Thursday 13 June 2013

Monarch  takes flight

Tim Yeo: 'There could be natural causes, natural phases that are taking place'

Senior Conservative Tim Yeo stands aside amid lobbying claims

Withdrawal from committee follows secret filming by undercover reporters posing as energy firm representatives

Tim Yeo: 'There could be natural causes, natural phases that are taking place'

Conservative MP Tim Yeo 'totally rejects' accusations he breached lobbying rules to help business colleagues

Select committee head cancelled TV interviews after suggestions he aided business colleague

Eurotunnel to fight ban on its Dover ferries

Competition Commission had expressed concern that expansion could be used to hike prices

The Business Matrix: Thursday 25 April 2013

Eurotunnel sees revenues rise 8%

Eurotunnel sets record as it shakes off snow effect

Eurotunnel brushed off the snowy start to the year and the lack-of-Olympics factor to post an 8% rise in revenues to €238.3 million (£203 million) for the first three months of the year.

The Business Matrix: Friday 22 March 2013

Secure Trust boosts Arbuthnot

The Business Matrix: Monday 18 March 2013

Late payers to face interest charges

Bid to keep ferries by Eurotunnel

Eurotunnel has set out its defence against a Competition Commission ruling that it should sell the ferries business it bought from collapsed operator SeaFrance.

The Business Matrix: Saturday 16 March 2013

Eurotunnel disputes ruling

Eurotunnel may have to sell off its ex-SeaFrance ferries

Eurotunnel could be forced to sell the ferry business it bought from collapsed operator SeaFrance after the competition watchdog today ruled its purchase would mean “prices would rise” for cross-Channel passengers and freight customers.

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