Delays are expected to last until around midday.Read the full story ›
Passengers on two Eurostar trains bound for London were delayed and a station evacuated after a "World War souvenir" was discovered.
Police were called to Paris Gare du Nord station after the find, which was reported to be a shell, was made on Sunday morning.
The check-in area at the transport hub was evacuated as a precaution, a spokeswoman for Eurostar said.
The Paris to London service at 08.13am was delayed by 20 minutes, while the 09.13 was held back for half an hour.
The service had been suspended in both directions leaving thousands of customers stranded at London's St Pancras.Read the full story ›
Eurostar services between London and Paris are subjected to delays after a person was hit by a train.
In a tweet, Eurostar said the incident, which did not involve one of its services, happened near the French capital.
Update: Eurostar services are able to proceed in the area, but delays are likely to continue following earlier fatality in Paris area.
Trains between Paris and London are currently delayed due to a fatality involving a non-Eurostar service in the Paris area.
Eurostar workers will suspend their strike from midnight tonight while further talks are held, the RMT union has said.
Workers began the first of four planned strikes earlier on Friday amid an ongoing row between the rail operator and the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union over shift patterns and well-being issues.
The rail operators says only 4% of services have been affected by cancellations, with a normal service expected on Saturday.Read the full story ›
Eurostar rail workers are to take seven days of strike action over two weekends this month in a dispute over work/life balance.Read the full story ›
A "malicious incident" at the Gare du Nord station in Paris has halted trains to the UK and other destinations.Read the full story ›
Easter travellers could face delays at airports, train stations and ports as security has been stepped up, the Government is warning.Read the full story ›
Angry Eurostar passengers have vented their frustrations on Twitter after an incident at Dagenham Docks station left hundreds of travellers stuck on trains that were not moving for more than two hours.
ITV News has learnt the delays were caused by a person on a bridge who was threatening to jump.
@eurostar I have spent £500 to get to the Alps for opening of the ski lifts. This is just not good enough.
Eurostar confirmed trains had slowly started moving again shortly after 11pm.