To mark the Channel Tunnel's 25th anniversary the BBC was given exclusive access behind the scenes.
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As the Channel Tunnel celebrates its 25th anniversary, enjoy the journey to France in 68 seconds.
Two small boats containing a total of 21 people were found in the English Channel.
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The BBC's Gavin Lee boards a small boat to see some of the dangers face by migrants who cross the English Channel.