Eurotunnel boss attacks UK over no-deal shipping contracts
Jacques Gounon, chief of rail operator’s parent company, says contracts may have been illegally awarded
The government has been accused of “anti-competitive” and “distortionary” behaviour by Eurotunnel after for awarding a series of no-deal contracts to shipping firms including a startup firm that has yet to run ferry services.
Jacques Gounon, the chief executive of Getlink, the cross-channel rail operator’s parent company, has told the UK transport secretary, Chris Grayling, the contracts may have been illegally awarded.
Source: Guardian Transport