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Eco-buses turn out not to be so green [subscription]

A fleet of so-called eco-buses, backed with millions of pounds of public money, could be banned from Scotland’s low-emission zones as they still breach pollution regulations, The Sunday Times has learnt.

Aer Lingus announces replacement flights after collapse of Stobart Air

The sudden announcement led to the cancellation of several flights on Saturday from Dublin and Belfast City airports to UK cities.

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  • Halfords on a roll as Britons ride out the pandemic on bikes and in carsBut faced with online rivals, the company is switching focus from sales to servicing, especially of electric carsHalfords, Britain's biggest bicycle and motoring parts retailer, has been a beneficiary of lockdown as the country got on its bike and used its car to take domestic holidays.

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  • Stunning pictures showing Spaghetti Junction being built 50 years agoThe 'Gravelly Hill Interchange', named Spaghetti junction by the Birmingham Mail .Looking at blueprints for the tangle of motorway junctions back in 1965, the newspaper's municipal editor Roy Smith said it looked like a cross between a plate of spaghetti and an unsuccessful attempt at a Staffordshire knot The legend was born.

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