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Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin will face question from MPs today on why the UK’s air traffic control centre went down last week. He previously said the failures were "unacceptable". Passengers faced disruption on Friday due to a technical fault in a flight data system at the Nats control centre. An indepe...
Liberal Democrats press release Danny Alexander has welcomed Virgin Atlantic’s move to slash £10 off air travel ticket prices to reflect falling oil prices. Th...
The Home Secretary has today denied asking for redactions in the CIA torture report and rejected calls for a judge-led inquiry into British involvement in orture. ...
Rory Stewart questioned whether the UK had an overall strategy for tackling Islamic State militants in Iraq. "I think the biggest question is over the overall mis...
Vince Cable said that the allegations of British involvement in torture were “appalling”. “I certainly don’t rule out [a judge-led inquiry]. At the moment we’ve g...
Transport Committee press release Louise Ellman MP responds to NATS crisis Responding to the major air traffic control shutdown that took place yesterday (Frid...
15/12/2014 on Today, BBC Radio 4
14/12/2014 on The Andrew Marr Show, BBC One
11/11/2014 on Daily Politics, BBC Two
11/11/2014 on Ask Boris, LBC
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