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  • BA and Iberia in profits take-offBRITISH Airways and its stablemate Iberia will post an operating profit estimated at e470 million (£398 million) this week, more than double the previous year's combined earnings.

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  • Transport funding divide 'must end' Fresh calls have been made for the Government to end the huge disparity in transport investment between the North and South to boost the region™s economy.

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  • Strike disrupts Heathrow serviceHeathrow Express services are to be disrupted as drivers and other staff take strike action in two separate disciplinary disputes.
  • Rail services back after derailmentRail services have resumed after a train derailment caused transport chaos for football fans heading to the Carling Cup final at Wembley.


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