Passengers were held up for about an hour on the British side and 30 minutes on the French side on Tuesday. “There was some damage to our fences – which we’ll have to repair – as they tried to board shuttles. Fortunately, there wasn’t any damage to shuttles. Unfortunately, a number of people were injured,” a spokesman of Eurotunnel said to the media. Eurotunnel is seeking compensation from the British and French governments for disruption caused by illegal migrants. French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve and the UK Home Secretary Theresa May meet in London on Tuesday to discuss the migrant issue but no solution was yet presented.