Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary furious as airline is told to cut Aer Lingus stake

Budget airline boss Michael O'Leary says company will appeal against the 'bizarre' ruling

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David Miranda was detained at Heathrow airport under schedule 7 of the Terrorism Act as he travelled from Berlin to Rio de Janeiro. He had his mobile phone, laptop, DVDs and other items seized

Lord Blair: We need new and wider terrorism law to protect government secrets

Britain’s anti-terror legislation should be widened to cover the publication and passing on of official government secrets, the former Metropolitan Police Commissioner Lord Blair has suggested.

IPCC investigating 25 complaints about Schedule 7 detentions at borders`

Exclusive: Police under fire over arbitrary terror arrests at UK borders

IPCC investigating 25 complaints about Schedule 7 detentions at borders as Scotland Yard given ultimatum after refusing to hand over evidence

Tubular hell: waiting for the train at Hammersmith

Simon Calder: In travel, you need the right approach

The man who pays his way

David Miranda’s lawyer Gwendolen Morgan briefed the press outside the High Court yesterday

Police launch criminal case over David Miranda data

Scotland Yard’s Counter Terrorism Command has begun a criminal investigation following the seizure of thousands of documents found in the possession David Miranda, the partner of a Guardian journalist.

US journalist Glenn Greenwald (left) walks with his partner David Miranda in Rio de Janeiro's International Airport

David Miranda wins High Court injunction on seized data - but with 'national security' exemption

Lawyers win order to stop Government and police 'inspecting, copying or sharing' seized data - except for 'purpose of protecting national security'

A lost age of flying with glamour

When did you last go on a plane journey that wasn’t completely full?

The great Bank Holiday weekend getaway: Over 6 million to make trips at home and abroad

Forecasters predict temperatures could hit 27C in the South East of England

Glenn Greenwald with David Miranda

Nick Clegg backs David Cameron as PM sends Cabinet Secretary Sir Jeremy Heywood to 'warn' Guardian over Edward Snowden documents

PM instructed Sir Jeremy Heywood to request The Guardian hand over classified material

Plane bound for San Francisco forced to turn back to Heathrow

Pilots of a transatlantic passenger plane have had to turn their aircraft round and return to Heathrow.

US journalist Glenn Greenwald (left) walks with his partner David Miranda in Rio de Janeiro's International Airport

David Miranda will launch legal action over his detention at Heathrow Airport, says Alan Rusbridger

Miranda was held for nine hours at Heathrow airport under Section 7 of the Terrorism Act 2000

British summer set to end on a high as heatwave returns

After several days of rain and falling temperatures, forecasters said large parts of the country could expect highs of up to 27C (80.6F) and dry weather

The News Matrix: Monday 19 August 2013

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