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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
Nordic 'noir' drama The Bridge to be remade by Sky Atlantic as The Tunnel
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
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.
Does Paris merit its dog-friendly reputation? <b>JoAnne Good</b> and <b>Anna Webb</b> take their bulldog and bull terrier across the Channel to find out
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.
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
Today, the Somme is the artery through one of the prettiest regions of northern France. The river begins its 245km journey across Picardy as a spring of exceptionally clear water that bubbles out of the chalk landscape near the village of Fonsommes. It is a wooded, peaceful spot, befitting a river whose name derives from a Celtic word meaning "tranquillity".
Half-term holidaymakers heading for France were today warned to expect widespread travel disruption due to continuing protests against French Government pension reforms.
An advert for Eurotunnel has been banned for claiming the service runs in any weather, a watchdog ruled yesterday.
Passengers face uncertainty; minister to intervene
Fulham have confirmed they will travel by road to Germany today for the first leg of their Europa League semi-final against Hamburg.
Having previously succeeded Alastair Campbell at the helm of an increasingly troubled Downing Street spin machine, it's safe to say David Hill is a man well-accustomed to a political challenge.