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Eurotunnel 'must halt MyFerryLink' from Dover

27 June 2014 Last updated at 14:46 BST

Hundreds of jobs are at risk after Eurotunnel was told it must give up its Dover to Calais ferry service MyFerryLink.

The Channel Tunnel operator bought three ferries when Sea France went into liquidation in November 2011 but now the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA)has said it has too much market share.

Eurotunnel has said it intends to challenge the ruling.

South East Today's Piers Hopkirk spoke to Eurotunnel director of public affairs John Keefe; RMT union spokesman Malcolm Dunning; Alasdair Smith from the CMA and Conservative MP for Dover and Deal Charlie Elphicke.

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