The number of rail freight trains travelling the Channel Tunnel was down by 33 per cent from July to September
The sale of tickets to travellers without reservations has been suspended
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
2G and 3G access available from March with 4G following later in the year
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
'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
Based at the highest ski city in the alps, Arnie Wilson tackles the black runs of Serre Chevalier, then heads off on a nature trail to discover secrets beneath the snow
36 lorry drivers on board were evacuated after train was driven out of the tunnel
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.
With his Belgian passport and job as a Brussels bus driver, Norbert Rukimbira would not have stood out as a suspected international assassin as he sat on board the Eurolines coach that pulled into the passport control building at Folkestone’s Eurotunnel terminal three weeks ago.
Rochefort’s past and present are roped together, says Cathy Packe
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.