Eurostar services were suspended this morning after a pro-Brexit protester trespassed on the railway.
Eurostar said this morning that services were suspended and urged passengers not to travel. twitter.com/Eurostar/status/1111889309727113216″>
It later said the trespasser had been apprehended but still said people should avoid travelling if it was possible.
The trespasser on the tracks outside of St Pancras has been apprehended and our services will be able to start to run in the area again soon. We would still recommend you not travel this morning and please cancel your journey or exchange ticket free at https://t.co/JhPMUROokn
— Eurostar (@Eurostar) March 30, 2019
The delays today follow chaos last night, also caused by a pro-Brexit protester who climbed on a roof at St Pancras where he spent the night.
A 44-year old man has reportedly been arrested on suspicion of trespass and obstruction of the railway.
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