Fears for 80 Eurostar jobs as firm launches review in wake of Paris and Brussels terror attacks
Eurostar is looking at the 'size and shape' of its business in a review union leaders say could lead to 80 job losses.
The high-speed railway company said any job cuts would be achieved through voluntary redundancy or sabbaticals as much as possible.
The cuts are thought to be blamed on a fall in traffic following the Paris and Brussels terror attacks last year.
Transport Salaried Staffs Association general secretary Manuel Cortes said: 'Our first priority as a union is to protect our members' interests, their jobs, their pension and their redundancy rights during this difficult period.'
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