Eurostar has issued an amended timetable for tomorrow after its services were suspended today due to severe weather in northern France.
The firm said that although it is working hard to restore services "as quickly as possible", the disruption will continue and speed restrictions are expected to remain in place throughout tomorrow.
"Unfortunately as a consequence, we will only be able to operate an amended timetable and journey times will be between 40 and 60 minutes longer than usual", it said.
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