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Passengers using the Channel Tunnel face another day of travel difficulties as power supply issues continue to cause problems.
Officials at Chunnel operator Eurotunnel said they were "working round the clock" to return to a full timetable, saying it would be done "as soon as it's safe".
Eurostar said that due to the ongoing problems, which led to a single line working, passengers should expect delays of around an hour.
The reduced capacity on the Channel Tunnel yesterday led to tailbacks of up to 20 miles on the M20 in Kent.
Eurostar services have been delayed again following further power supply problems.
It is the second time in three days the train operator has encountered such problems, which are causing hold ups of around an hour.
And bosses said the issues meant only a single line would be working in the Chunnel today.
A spokesman said: "As we were conducting the re-establishment of services early this morning, we encountered a power supply line issue.
"Our maintenance teams have gone out to inspect this. The tunnel is open but we are running a reduced service in the meantime."
It added that it was "working to minimise the impact for passengers".
The problems come days after thousands of passengers were left stranded by a lorry fire on a train in the tunnel on Saturday.
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Eurostar has said all services out of Paris have been suspended while firefighters deal with an incident.
There is currently no disruption to UK services, the operator said.
It comes after a lorry fire caused severe disruption over the weekend.
Eurostar passengers may still be subject to delays of up to an hour today despite the train operator resuming a normal service again following major disruptions over the weekend.
A Eurostar spokesman said: "We are resuming a full service. Obviously because the Eurotunnel is closed due to the smoke on Saturday, there will be delays of between 30-60 minutes.
"We have had three departures today by 8.30am from the UK, St Pancras, which is as per normal."
Eurostar trains are back up and running, with the first two trains of the day having left London on time this morning.
The train operator said it plans to run a full service today after severe delays and cancellations at the weekend.
Eurotunnel passengers will continue to face delays though as the Channel Tunnel operator warned of delays of up to 90 minutes on its France-bound Le Shuttle service for cars and coaches as engineers carried out work to put "more sections of the tunnel back into service" after a fire on Saturday.
Eurostar plans to resume a full service tomorrow after delays and cancellations struck over the weekend.
Thousands were stranded when a lorry caught fire in one of the tunnels on Saturday, while a power failure saw 11 trains cancelled on Sunday.
The train operator apologised to passengers, some of who had to wait up to nine hours to rebook tickets over the phone.
A Eurostar spokeswoman said: "Eurostar plans to run a full service and passengers are advised to check-in as normal.
"As Eurotunnel will not be completely operational Eurostar services may be subject to delays of up to about 30 minutes."