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The UK is said to be starting trials of a vaccine passport that could play a key role in efforts to inoculate the population against coronavirus

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A HIGH speed rail investment linking Bradford to Leeds and Manchester is critical to improving connections between UK nations, says the West Yorkshire Combined Authority.

British Airways could face potential £800 million lawsuit over 2018 data breach

British Airways (BA) could face a potential £800 million lawsuit over a 2018 data breach.

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  • Ryanair and Virgin Atlantic rated the worst airlines at dealing with refunds in 2020Delaying and even refusing refunds for cancelled flights due to lockdown results in ‚Äėabysmally low‚Äô customer service scores in Which? surveyRyanair and Virgin Atlantic have been rated the worst airlines for customer service by people who tried to get a refund after their flight was cancelled.Both airlines scored ‚Äúabysmally low‚ÄĚ in a survey conducted by Which? Travel, with eight out of 10 customers saying they were dissatisfied with the refund service they received after their flight was cancelled in 2020. Continue reading...

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  • Rolls-Royce and UK Space Agency launch first ever study into nuclear-powered space explorationThe UK Space Agency and Rolls-Royce are joining forces for a unique study into how nuclear power and technologies could be used as part of space exploration. This new research contract will see planetary scientists work together to explore the game-changing potential of nuclear power as a more plentiful source of energy, capable of making possible deeper space exploration in the decades to come.
  • Heathrow passenger numbers drop by millionsPassenger numbers at Heathrow dropped by almost three-quarters in 2020 as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the airport said. Just 22.1 million people travelled through the airport last year, down 58.8 million on the previous 12 months. In December, numbers fell by 82.9% to 1.1 million, amid a new Covid strain. It was announced last week that all travellers to the UK will have to test negative for coronavirus before they can enter the country. Passengers arriving by boat, train or plane, including UK nationals, will have to take a test up to 72 hours before leaving the country of depar...

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