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The Committee published its report, Tunnel vision? Completing the European rail market, on 8 December 2011. It was debated in the House on 14 June 2012.
The Committee undertook to examine the future of the European rail market, using the Channel Tunnel as a case study. It took evidence from a wide range of sources, including the Chief Executive of Eurostar, representatives from Eurotunnel and Deutsche Bahn and Transport Minister Theresa Villiers MP. The Committee concluded that the potential of the Channel Tunnel was yet to be unlocked, and urged the Government and the Commission to work harder to deliver an interoperable, effective European rail network.
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Lords EU Sub Committee on Internal Market, Energy and Transport publishes report
Chair of the Rail Freight Group questioned by Lords
Theresa Villiers gave evidence to Lords EU Sub-Committee B
Lords Committee hears evidence from Eurostar Chief
EU Sub-Committee B inquiry into the European Rail Market
Corrected oral and written evidence on the inquiry into the European Rail Market and the role of the Channel Tunnel
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