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British Airways’ Walsh ups profit forecasts as UK ticket sales surge

Willie Walsh got a new job this month: the Irish government hired the British Airways supremo as chairman of advisers to its state debt agency. And the latest evidence of the impact of Mr Walsh’s drastic cost-cutting at International Airlines Group (IAG) suggests the Irish couldn’t have found a better person for the job.

Farid Mammadov of Azerbaijan came second in this year's Eurovision

Eurovision tightens voting rules to combat bribery after Azerbaijan allegations

The Eurovision Song Contest has introduced new rules to combat bribery after supporters of Azerbaijan’s entry were accused of buying votes at this year’s event.

France’s Alexandre Geniez arrived in his homeland to a winner’s reception after clinching victory on stage 15 of the Vuelta a España, while Vincenzo Nibali maintained his overall lead

Alexandre Geniez grabs Vuelta a España stage

France’s Alexandre Geniez arrived in his homeland to a winner’s reception after clinching victory on stage 15 of the Vuelta a España, while Vincenzo Nibali maintained his overall lead.

Summer could be on the way for the south of England

Summer finally arrives as weather improves, for south of England at least

Heatwave could be on way in the south - but Scotland and the north should keep umbrellas handy

IAG scales down job cuts at Iberia after union clashes

International Airlines Group, the owner of British Airways and Iberia, yesterday looked to have won a major battle with unions and ended the threat of strikes at its Spanish airline with a deal that will still see it save €250m (£218m) a year.

Willie Walsh's bonus shot down as Iberia airline's performance nosedives

Spanish airline Iberia's dire performance cost International Airlines Group boss Willie Walsh his annual bonus today.

Postgraduate studies will be ‘domain of the wealthy’

Postgraduate studies risk becoming the preserve of the wealthy after a major slump in the number of students opting for the courses.

Ski news: You should have booked by now

February half term is crunch time for ski holiday bookings, particularly in the French Alps, which is the UK's most popular destination for ski holidays. With good snow conditions, next month looks like it will be very busy indeed.

Warning over postgraduate education crisis

Vice-chancellors warned today of the "economically disastrous and socially divisive" neglect of postgraduate education in the UK.

Spanish airline Iberia cancelled more than a third of its flights today

British Airways owner IAG to axe 4,500 jobs as it tries to stem Iberia losses

The owner of British Airways is to axe 4,500 jobs as it battles to save its loss-making Spanish airline Iberia.

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Republic of Ireland captain Robbie Keane to miss World Cup qualifier against Germany

Republic of Ireland skipper Robbie Keane is out of tomorrow night's World Cup qualifier against Germany after succumbing to an Achilles injury.

Sky rider Chris Froome pulled out all the stops in yesterday’s time trial

Tour of Spain: Chris Froome closes on leader but Alberto Contador hits higher gear

Chris Froome's bid to become Britain's first ever winner of the Tour of Spain remains very much alive after yesterday's 39.5km (25-mile) time trial when he closed the gap on the overall race leader Joaquim Rodriguez of Spain from 53 seconds to a mere 16sec.

Spain's Iberia scraps flights during strike 

Spanish airline Iberia cancelled more than a third of its flights today due to a strike by pilots fearing job losses when company planes are diverted for use by Iberia's planned new budget carrier.

Wayne Rooney is sent off for ‘assault’. His appeal over his three game ban will be heard this week by Uefa

Sam Wallace: If Uefa is concerned with fair play it has to reduce Rooney's ban

Talking Football: Rooney's offence was silly but to ban him for 50 per cent of a tournament is disproportionate

&#163;27.5m 'boiler room' family get 19 years in jail

A father and two sons have been jailed for a total of 19 years for running a £27.5m "boiler room" scam. The ringleader, Tomas Wilmot, was sentenced to nine years at Southwark Crown Court yesterday, while his sons Kevin and Christopher were given five years each.

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