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'Hijacked' Virgin plane lands at Bali airport

Flight tracking website Flightrader said the Virgin Australia Airlines flight VA41 reportedly hijacked en route from Brisbane has landed at Indonesia's Bali airport.

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Virigin Atlantic flight VA41 is squawking 7500 (hijack) on ground on Denpasar Airport http://t.co/oKcLmaX8iZ http://t.co/F6ZcMVQuF9

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This is the flight path for the hijacked Virgin Australia flight VA41. Standing on ground at Denpasar/Bali now. http://t.co/gWivgM0iIZ

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Hillsborough insults 'came from 3 govt departments'

Insulting changes to Wikipedia pages on the Hillsborough disaster allegedly came from computers based in the government's Department for Culture, Media and Sport, the Treasury and the Office of the Solicitor General, according to the Liverpool Echo.

Floral tributes left by fans at the Hillsborough stadium on the 25th anniversary of the disaster. Credit: Anna Gowthorpe/PA Wire

Read: Hillsborough insults 'traced back to govt computers'

The alleged amendments included changing the phrase "This is Anfield" - which appears above the tunnel where the players enter the pitch from - to "This is a S***hole".

An entry on a Hillsborough memorial service at Anfield was also changed to include the line "nothing for the victims of the Heysel stadium disaster", the newspaper claimed.

Read: Hillsborough families 'frightened' by Wikipedia insults

Government stake blocks 200% RBS bonuses

The firm responsible for managing the Government's stake in Royal Bank of Scotland will vote down any resolution proposing bonuses of 200% of fixed pay, the part-nationalised bank has announced.

A branch of the Royal Bank of Scotland in Piccadilly Circus in central London.
Royal Bank of Scotland was part-nationalised following the 2008 financial crisis. Credit: Philip Toscano/PA Wire

RBS said UK Financial Investments informed the bank of its opposition to a 2:1 variable-to-fixed pay ratio - which it described as the "sector norm" - and therefore the board will not bring the proposal before its annual general meeting.

"The board acknowledges that this outcome creates a commercial and prudential risk," it added.

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