Eurostar to cut 80 jobs as Brexit and terror attacks hit ticket sales
Firm will also reduce number of daily services between London and Paris as it faces 10% drop in ticket revenues
Eurostar is to cut 80 jobs following a downturn in passenger numbers and ticket revenue that the cross-Channel train company has ascribed in part to the EU referendum result.
The firm, whose main traffic comes from the high-speed London-Paris route, will also reduce the number of daily services on offer.
Source: Guardian Transport