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Have Eurostar 'fallen through the cracks' of the transport bailout safety net?

Video Credit: Euronews English - Duration: 03:24s - Published
Have Eurostar 'fallen through the cracks' of the transport bailout safety net?

Have Eurostar 'fallen through the cracks' of the transport bailout safety net?

The company that operates the Eurostar rail service between the UK and mainland Europe has called for a UK government bailout following a collapse in travel.

The train operator runs daily services through the Channel Tunnel between London, Paris and Brussels.


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