Scandal-hit P&O ferry is detained in Northern Ireland after 'failures in crew training' 

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A P&O ferry has been detained successful Northern Ireland by the coastguard aft 'failures connected unit familiarisation, vas documentation and unit training'.

The Maritime and Coastguard Agency said the ship, named the European Causeway, had been detained successful Larne, Northern Ireland past week 'based connected concerns implicit its safety' and to 'prevent them going to sea'. 

In a connection the bureau said the vas would stay nether detention 'until each these issues person been resolved' by P&O Ferries. 

It comes aft astir 800 workers were fired without announcement past week, sparking backlash from crossed the governmental spectrum. 

A P&O ferry has been detained successful Northern Ireland by the coastguard aft 'failures connected unit familiarisation, vas documentation and unit training'. Pictured: P&O's European Causeway ferry

Following the news, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps took to Twitter and said P&O would 'not beryllium capable to unreserved inexperienced unit done training'

The Maritime and Coastguard Agency said the ship, named the European Causeway, (pictured) had been detained successful Larne, Northern Ireland past week 'based connected concerns implicit its safety' and to 'prevent them going to sea'

The bureau said: 'We tin corroborate that the European Causeway has been detained successful Larne.

'The vas volition stay nether detention until each these issues are resolved by P&O Ferries. Only past volition it beryllium reinspected.

'Detention of ships is based connected concerns implicit their information and to forestall them going to sea.' 

Following the news, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps took to Twitter and said P&O would 'not beryllium abl...

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