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'Over-tired' FlyDubai pilots raise fears over rotas

Some FlyDubai pilots complain they are being asked to work too many hours

Pilots at a budget airline involved in a fatal crash earlier this year have said they are over-tired and being asked to work too many hours, according to reports.

6:05am Saturday 30 July 2016

Hinkley Point: We're ready when you are, EDF boss tells government

A CGI image of Hinkley Point C (EDF Energy/PA)

EDF's chief executive has said the company is "ready" to start building Hinkley Point C as soon as the Government gives the go-ahead.

6:04am Saturday 30 July 2016

Anti-terror police offer support in airman abduction bid probe

The attempted abduction happened outside RAF Marham

Anti-terror police have offered to support the investigation into the attempted abduction by two men of a serviceman outside an RAF base.

3:21am Saturday 30 July 2016

Pottermania is back as Harry Potter And The Cursed Child opens in London

Pottermania is back as Harry Potter And The Cursed Child opens in London

The play is set for its official gala opening.

2:51am Saturday 30 July 2016

London to welcome yacht crews as Clipper Round the World Race concludes

London will host the finishing parade of the Clipper Round the World Race

London will host the finishing parade of the Clipper Round the World Race as a 12-strong fleet of yachts marks a complete journey around the globe.

12:13am Saturday 30 July 2016

Ex-Royal Marine dies in climbing accident in French Alps

The accident happened on Wednesday, the pair's first day of climbing after they left the UK.

A former Royal Marine who recently became engaged has been killed in a climbing accident in the French Alps.

12:13am Saturday 30 July 2016

'My house is a bad house,' said sibling of murdered Ellie Butler

A High Court judge was wrong to bar publication of a behind-closed-doors ruling relating to the murder of six-year-old Ellie Butler, a judicial head has said.

The younger sibling of murdered six-year-old Ellie Butler told of life in "my ... bad house", a judge has said.

12:13am Saturday 30 July 2016

Actress Honeysuckle Weeks 'safe and sound' after police launch search

Honeysuckle Weeks had been missing since Thursday night

Foyle's War actress Honeysuckle Weeks has been found safe and well, her sister said.

12:13am Saturday 30 July 2016

5p charge sees six billion fewer single-use plastic bags

Six billion fewer single-use carrier bags are in circulation thanks to the 5p charge

Shoppers in England are set to take home six billion fewer single-use plastic bags this year as a result of the 5p charge, early figures suggest.

12:13am Saturday 30 July 2016

Holidaymakers using Port of Dover urged to stock up on supplies

Queues of traffic at the Port of Dover.

Holidaymakers travelling through Dover are being urged to stock up on vital supplies following severe delays last weekend.

12:13am Saturday 30 July 2016
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