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

Network Rail admits Potters Bar failings

Network rail has admitted health and safety failings over the Potters Bar crash, in which seven people died.

Network Rail admits safety breach

Network Rail has admitted health and safety failings over the 2002 Potters Bar train crash

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Network Rail has admitted a safety breach over the 2002 crash.

Tom Byng: 'My mum was the Elizabeth David of Potters Bar'

My earliest food memory... My mum's spaghetti and home-made tomato sauce. In the 1970s, when I was growing up, most people's [idea of spaghetti was] Heinz Spaghetti Hoops, so my mum was definitely ahead of the curve. She was the Elizabeth David of Potters Bar.

New date for Potters Bar train crash court case

A new date has been set for the court case in which Network Rail (NR) and maintenance company Jarvis Rail face health and safety charges over the 2002 Potters Bar train crash which claimed seven lives.

Mark Leftly: Network Rail fails to account for Potters Bar

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Maintenance to be cut if Network Rail is fined over Potters Bar

Network Rail will cut the money it is spending on maintaining and running Britain's train tracks if it loses a court case over the 2002 Potters Bar disaster.

Train crash firms face prosecution

Network Rail and the maintenance company Jarvis Rail are to be prosecuted over the 2002 Potters Bar rail crash in which seven people died.

Victim's family welcomes Potters Bar prosecutions

The prosecution of Network Rail and maintenance company Jarvis Rail over the 2002 Potters Bar rail crash was welcomed tonight by the family of one of the seven victims.

Simon Calder: How London got its ring road

The road to hell was, indeed, paved with good intentions. Thirty-five years ago this month, the first stretch of the M25 opened. Britain's fast track to the future, we were invited to conclude, was finally under construction. The Seventies planners envisaged that the messy business of getting through London for families from Luton going for a day out in Brighton, or truckers from Glasgow en route to Dover and onwards to Europe, could be solved by the creation of an orbital motorway – a vast London bypass.

FSA makes 'insider dealing' arrest

A 64-year-old man has been arrested by police on suspicion of money laundering and providing false information in connection with suspected insider dealing, the chief City regulator revealed yesterday.

Rail strike threat after Potters Bar inquest

Union leaders today raised the threat of industrial action in the railway industry unless urgent assurances were given on safety in the wake of the inquest into the Potters Bar train crash.

Potters Bar rail crash could be repeated, says coroner

Seven people died in the Potters Bar rail crash as a result of a points failure caused by track inspection and maintenance failures, an inquest jury concluded yesterday.

Potters Bar coroner warns of risk of further deaths

A coroner warned of more potential carnage on the railways today as an inquest jury blamed a points failure for the deaths of seven people at Potters Bar.

Jury retires in Potters Bar inquest

Jurors at the inquest into the deaths of seven people killed in the Potters Bar train crash retired today to consider the evidence.

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