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The Duke of Edinburgh has made his first public appearance since being discharged from hospital last week.

Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philip to miss Paralympic opening ceremony

The Duke of Edinburgh will not attend the opening ceremony of the Paralympic Games as he continues to recover from a bladder infection, Buckingham Palace said today.

James Ashton: Qataris know that Heathrow is what really matters to BAA

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'Good patient' Duke of Edinburgh leaves hospital

The Duke of Edinburgh told medical staff he was heading home to enjoy the rest of his summer holiday after being discharged from hospital today following treatment for a bladder infection.

Qataris are set to snap up a fifth of BAA for £900m

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Duke of Edinburgh in hospital for third night

The Duke of Edinburgh is to spend a third night in hospital as he continues his treatment for a bladder infection.

The Duke of Edinburgh, photographed at the Olympic boxing with the Earl of Wessex, was admitted to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary while staying at Balmoral with the Queen

Prince Philip taken to hospital with bladder infection

The Duke of Edinburgh was admitted to hospital today with a recurrence of the bladder infection he had in the summer, Buckingham Palace said.

Darren Fletcher on his previous appearance for Manchester United against Benfica

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Darren Fletcher returned to action with Manchester United last night, making his first appearance since November last year.

Airports suffer from Olympic effect

The number of passengers using the UK's main airports dipped last month as people stayed at home to watch the Olympics.

Study finds rise in proportion of income taxed

A study of 50 cities showing the proportion of their populations' total income taken in income tax shows that some are paying up to 31 per cent more since the start of the financial crisis.

Gold-winning medallist Tim Baillie tried to sing the national anthem when he was presented with his medal but did not learn the words for fear of jinxing the result

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BAA fights on to avoid selling Stansted

The airports operator BAA is to ask the Supreme Court to overturn a Competition Commission ruling forcing it to sell Stansted airport.

Australian relatives of Bradley Wiggins’s estranged father Gary launch campaign to solve mystery of his violent death

As Britain fêtes its newest sporting hero, Bradley Wiggins, the Tour de France champion’s Australian relatives are hoping the publicity may help solve the mystery of his father’s violent death.

John Menzies set to abandon four airports in the UK

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