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Planes take off and taxi at Heathrow Airport in London on Monday January 21, 2013.
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In this Nov. 25, 1963 file photo, the caisson bearing the flag-draped coffin of President John F. Kennedy moves in procession down Pennsylvania Avenue, in Washington, en route to Arlington National Cemetery.
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IT has not yet been determined how fast the 2005 Porsche Carrera GT that Roger was driving was going at the time of the fatal crash.
However, the vast majority of potential passengers living in the airport's catchment area travel to Edinburgh or Glasgow for flights.
The night our region held its breath - hundreds wake up to assess damage; emergency services on standby for morning high tides; evacuation warnings still in place It was the night the region held its breath, as the highest tide for decades threatened to surge into communities around our coast.
Former South African President Nelson Mandela waves to the media as he arrives outside 10 Downing Street, in central London, 28 August 2007.
Flood update: Avoid travelling this evening - trains cancelled and Colchester gridlocked as commuters battle to get home before storm hits A reduced service is running on the line between Norwich and London after fallen trees caused damage to overhead powerlines this evening.
A tide of more than 6ft above the normal maximum is expected at 22:30 GMT, caused by a spring tide and severe winds, the Environment Agency said.
Bolton North East MP David Crausby is outraged that what he considers to already be a "dreadful service" will be losing trains from Sunday.
First, George Osborne confirmed that the 2p a litre fuel duty rise planned for next year would definitely be scrapped.
A 19-year-old man has been rescued after he became stuck in mud and ice by a Manchester canal.
High winds and rain are causing havoc with transport, with those intending to travel by road, rail and air all affected.
With over 15 million visitors in 2012, London is the top tourist destination in Europe.
Large swathes of the UK are braced for a winter storm, bringing with it gale-force winds, possible travel disruption and the risk of some coastal flooding.