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BA flight disruption at Heathrow set for third day

Some short-haul flights from Heathrow continue to be disrupted by a worldwide computer crash.

Train journeys in the southeast down by 6m as strikes and upgrades cause chaos [Subscription]

The number of journeys taken by train in the southeast of Britain fell by six million last year after commuter services were thrown into chaos by strikes and delays.

Jeremy Corbyn tells ECHO how he'll spend £10bn to connect Liverpool, Manchester and Hull

Northern crossrail will cut travel time between Liverpool and Manchester to just 25 minutes.

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  • BA computer crash: passengers face third day of disruption at HeathrowTravellers warned to check the status of their flights before heading to airport as Gatwick says it will run full schedule on MondayBritish Airways passengers are facing a third day of disruption at Heathrow as the beleaguered airline continues to deal with the fallout from a computer crash.Both Heathrow and Gatwick have warned Bank Holiday travellers that they should check the status of their flights before travelling to the airports on Monday where scenes of chaos unfolded over the weekend. Continue reading...

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