News The airline said they immediately informed police and sent an investigation team to Kenya.

Simon Wood was due to appear in court again this Friday but was found dead on August 18th after being struck by a train

A scene from the derailment at Brétigny-sur-Orge, where a connecting bar on the track had become loose

Paris rail crash 'due to Potters Bar-style fault'

Friday's derailment, in which at least six died, raises major questions over track maintenance

Blue wonder: Bittern pulls away from the platform at King's Cross

Trainspotters turn out at London's King's Cross to see Bittern locomotive

Outing commemorates Mallard setting record speed in 1938

Myleene Klass has been granted a divorce from Graham Quinn

Myleene Klass granted quickie divorce

A divorce judge signalled the end of musician Myleene Klass's 18-month marriage to security consultant Graham Quinn today.

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Sometimes celebrity endorsements make perfect sense to The Audit (Kerry Katona pairing up with Iceland, say). But often we're stumped by the connection. We're guessing this pitch was along the lines of:

Myleene Klass and husband Graham Quinn in 'quickie' divorce

A divorce judge signalled the end of musician Myleene Klass's 18-month marriage to security consultant Graham Quinn today.

Rail passengers face more delays due to overhead wire problems

Yet another overhead wire problem led to further disruption to rail passengers today.

Lightfoot and his New Orleans Jazzmen in 1964

Terry Lightfoot: Clarinettist and Trad jazz pioneer

Just before the advent of Beatlemania in 1963, the musical crazes were the twist and related dances from America and bright and breezy tunes from British jazz bands, known as Trad. "We can be credited with being the first band to use the word Trad", claimed Terry Lightfoot, who formed his New Orleans Jazzmen in 1955, "Starting in 1959, we made a series of extended-play records which were called Trad, More Trad, Trad Again and Still Trad. I'm surprised we didn't do a Son Of Trad as well."

Six jailed for insider dealing

Six men were jailed for between 18 months and three-and-a-half years today for their part in an insider dealing ring at major investment banks, the Financial Services Authority (FSA) said.

Network Rail fined £3m over Potters Bar

Network Rail (NR) said it was "truly sorry" for the Potters Bar rail crash after the company was fined £3m today over the 2002 disaster which claimed seven lives.

Network Rail apology for Potters Bar deaths

Network Rail (NR) said it was "truly sorry" for the Potters Bar rail crash after the company was fined £3 million today over the 2002 disaster which claimed seven lives.

Video: Potters Bar crash 'could happen again'

Ian Prosser from the Office for Rail Regulation says safety has improved but he would never rule out another major railway disaster.

Network Rail to face Potters Bar crash fine

Rail infrastructure company Network Rail (NR) faces a fine when it is sentenced in court tomorrow for safety failings over the 2002 Potters Bar train crash.

Brian Cathcart: Bad editors have blown it for the rest

When national titles misbehave and then close ranks, they bring state regulation of the press one step closer

Rail firm pleads guilty over crash

Rail infrastructure company Network Rail (NR) pleaded guilty today to breaching safety regulations over the 2002 Potters Bar train crash which claimed seven lives.

Potters Bar crash charge dropped

A health and safety charge against rail maintenance company Jarvis over the 2002 Potters Bar train crash has been dropped.

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