Chaos and tire burning in protest against DFDS takeover

Protests and tire burning rule at the English Channel after the DFDS takeover of two ferries from Eurotunnel. The union fears that 120 employees will lose their jobs. The acquisition will undoubtedly result in layoffs.

Employees of MyFerryLink, a part of Eurotunnel, are so angry about the sale of two ferries to Danish DFDS that they have now instigated a large protest in Calais with tire burning, according to several international media sources including The Guardian.

The cause of the chaotic conditions is that the employees of MyFerryLink are so disgruntled over the sale of two ferries to DFDS that they have now resorted to violent methods of protest.

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