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EasyJet flight delayed after 'tiff' between cabin crew'

Archive picture, easyJet fight Credit: PA

An easyJet flight from London Gatwick to Belfast was delayed by over an hour after two members of the cabin crew were removed from the plane following a row.

The company which has its HQ at Luton airport and also operates flights from Stansted said it was a 'verbal disagreement'.

The flight was due to take off at 2.45pm on Wednesday but was held up.

TV presenter Dan Lobb was on board the plane and posted a series of messages about the incident.

"This is a first. My easyJet flight has returned to gate because the cabin crew have had a tiff! One crew member being offloaded. Delayed."

– Dan Lobb, TV presenter

"EasyJet can confirm that flight EZY835 from London Gatwick to Belfast returned to stand to replace two crew members following a verbal disagreement between them. The safety and welfare of our passengers and crew is easyJet's highest priority and in order to deliver this easyJet's cabin crew need to be able to work as a team. We would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused by the resulting delay."

– Airline spokesperson


Hospital expands cancer services

The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital

Work has begun at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital to expand its cancer services for patients. It's to enable more chemotherapy treatments to take place. The work is due to be completed by the end of the year.


Major road closed after pedestrian critically injured

It happened at 3.40am this morning on the A12 Credit: ITV Anglia.

A man is in hospital with life threatening injuries after a collision with a van in Essex.

It happened at 3.40am this morning on the A12/A414 turn off at Sandon near Chelmsford.

The road has now been closed northbound between J17 and J18 while investigation work is carried out. It's hoped one lane will be reopened soon.

Drivers are being told to avoid the area.

Clacton Airshow opens today

Over 200,000 people are expected to line Clacton seafront over the next two days for the popolar annual airshow.

Organised by Tendring District Council the airshow provides a £5 million boost to the local economy.

Highlights this year include the Battle of Britain memorial flight, the Tiger parachute team and Sally B, the B 17 bomber.

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