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NEWS IN BRIEF: Eurotunnel


Eurotunnel has reported that normal service for freight traffic has been resumed following a £5M outlay on improved security at its Calais depot. Last year, an estimated 52,000 asylum seekers attempted to gain access to the tunnel through the depot, costing Eurotunnel around £20M in lost revenue.

Intrusions onto its site are now said to be minimal.

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