Eurostar will run services tomorrow (Tuesday), the high-speed rail company has announced.  However, those who have tickets booked for tomorrow will be unable to travel until Wednesday as Eurostar have stated that those who had tickets booked on Saturday and Sunday of last week will take priority.

Tests on the trains have initially been successful so trains running on a restricted service will start at 7.30am tomorrow. Eurostar are still urging those whose journeys are “non-essential” not to travel in the next couple of days while they clear the backlog of passengers, but instead to change their tickets to a later date or to cancel them for a full refund.

A spokesperson said: “We now understand the cause of the disruption over the weekend and have identified the modifications that are required. We have already started making the modifications and to ensure that these new protection measures work effectively we are conducting a further series of test runs.

“Our priority is ensuring that when we resume services we provide our customers with a robust and reliable operation.”

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