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WHAT THE PAPERS SAY: DAILY TELEGRAPH

NEWS STAND

Four carriages of a West Anglia and Great Northern train were derailed in Hertfordshire on Monday.

Flood warnings across England and Wales have subsided this week, though 100 remain in force.

Illegal immigrants this week slashed a brake pipe as a Channel Tunnel freight train emerged onto the English mainland, causing it to stop.

Over 30 suspects have been detained.

Government will this week make public a report into Britain's future energy needs. A replacement of nuclear power stations may be advised.

Eurotunnel this week posted a £132M full year loss, after being hit by the foot and mouth outbreak, falling telecoms cable sales and costs associated with asylum seekers.

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