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A British Airways plane had to turn back to Heathrow Airport after experiencing engine problems on take-off.
BA said the aircraft, an Airbus A319 bound for Lyon in France had "an engine surge" and landed safely at Heathrow following the incident at around 9pm last night.
A BA spokesman said, "A flight experienced what's known as an 'engine surge' as it took off from Heathrow, but it returned and touched down safely.
"We have also scheduled a larger aircraft to operate to Lyon to ensure we can get all our customers there as soon as possible. We can understand how frustrating the delay to their plans must be."
The fifth day of the Oscar Pistorius murder trial is set to resume this morning.
The Olympic and Paralympic athlete sobbed in court yesterday as he listened to his neighbour describe the moments he tried to resuscitate Reeva Steenkamp.
While Pistorius admits shooting his girlfriend on Valentine's Day last year, he argues it was a tragic accident and denies intentionally killing her.
Leading Ukrainian politician Yulia Tymoshenko has called for Europe to take strong action over Crimea's attempt to join Russia, warning that otherwise Moscow would move to take over the rest of Ukraine and destabilise the continent.
"If we allow Russia on March 16 to hold a referendum at gunpoint, on the annexation of Crimea, we will lose Ukraine, we will lose not only Ukraine but stability in the whole world"; Tymoshenko said.
Ukraine opposition leader Vitali Klitschko, who joined her at a conference in Ireland, said he was hopeful for the future of his homeland.
"We are European geographically, historically and mentally also European, unfortunately we are far away from European standards of living. Despite all of that, we are hopeful and we want to become part of Europe", he said.
David Cameron's commitment to an in/out referendum on Europe is causing uncertainty and damaging investment in the UK, Business Secretary Vince Cable will warn today.
He will say that firms will "look elsewhere" to invest if access to the lucrative European market is jeopardised.
As Liberal Democrats gather for their spring conference in York, Mr Cable will also warn that Eurosceptics are putting the union with Scotland at risk by indulging in nationalist rhetoric.
He is expected to say, "How on Earth do you expect to persuade the Scots to ignore the siren voices of nationalism and separatism when you indulge in British nationalism and Euro-separatism?"
The Government has dodged suggestions more needs to be done to support families living in rural areas by installing better broadband connection.
Communications Minister Ed Vaizey defended the Government's plans to install superfast broadband to "95% of the UK by 2017".
– Communications Minister Ed Vaizey
Government knows how vital broadband can be to people's daily lives and what an important role it plays in education, from schoolchildren being able to do their homework to accessing information.
We are making sure that thousands of people across the country, particularly in rural areas, are getting access to superfast broadband.
We are well on track to deliver superfast broadband to 95% of the UK by 2017.
Some 20% of families reliant on the internet for their children's education have found they cannot access online resources because of poor broadband connection, a report has found.
Research carried out by insurers NFU Mutual found one in five of 1,600 parents quizzed were having to make more phone calls because of poor broadband connection.
Tim Price, rural affairs specialist for NFU Mutual, said: "As more educational resources become internet-based, country children risk falling behind their urban counterparts.
"Studying via the internet is now a key part of children's education and it's unfair that learning opportunities are being affected by slow internet speeds."
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