'Overhead wire problems' cited for closure
Passengers turn down sunshine break abroad to top up tans at home
Michael O'Leary wades in as deadline nears for submissions on aviation capacity
London Mayor dismisses adding extra runways at Heathrow and Gatwick as 'intellectual culs-de-sac'
Staff dived into the water to save them but they could not be resuscitated
We’re used to disgruntled employees’ resignations doing the rounds these days. In the internet age, those bitter parting words can be uploaded and forwarded in an instant.
The judge for the retrial of the ex-wife of disgraced MP Chris Huhne told a new jury today that the slate had been wiped clean following the failure to reach a verdict in the case last week.
It had to be an island, but what we really wanted was Italy. The food, the heat, the Spirito di Punto. But Sicily and Sardinia were too big; Capri too crowded. And then I remembered the Aeolian Islands: eight specks of volcanic rock adrift in the Tyrrhenian Sea; often read about, but always just beyond reach.
The future of British aviation became yet more entangled with Conservative party politics today when London's mayor, Boris Johnson, called the government's approach to airport capacity “lamentable”.
Airport operator BAA is to give up its long legal battle over the forced sale of Stansted Airport.
Passengers were advised to check in as normal at Stansted Airport today despite the first of a wave of strikes by ground staff in a row over rosters.
Passengers face two-hour wait but Border Agency says it won't cut corners
David Cameron said today he had confidence in beleaguered Energy Secretary Chris Huhne, who is fighting claims he persuaded his ex-wife to accept speeding penalty points on his behalf.
Chris Huhne's chances of keeping his Cabinet job were further undermined when Liberal Democrat colleagues began for the first time to openly question whether he should stay on.
'It might have been me,' he will say as claim of second alleged speeding points swap emerges
A Tory peer accused of fiddling his House of Lords expenses was on a plane to India when he claimed for overnight accommodation in London, a court heard today.