Eurostar has said it plans a full service today

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Eurostar has said it plans a full service today

Thousands were left stranded at the weekend, after a lorry fire set of smoke detectors in the tunnel.
It caused huge delays, with passengers having already boarded on moving trains being re-directed back to London.
More issues were then caused by an unrelated power supply problem on Sunday.
It has been reported that 12,000 passengers were affected over the weekend, when 26 of Eurostar trains were canceled.
The Cross-Channel service has said that it plans to run a full timetable today, but its trains could be delayed by up to 30 minutes.
One of the two tunnels still remains closed.
 London Live’s Jake Tupman was live at St Pancras.

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