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There are major delays on the M1 in Hertfordshire after a serious crash involving three cars and a van.
Lanes 3 and 4 are currently closed on the northbound carriageway before J9 A5183 (Redbourn)
It's reported there are several miles of queues because of the crash.
There were long delays on the A47 near Norwich this morning after a rush hour crash involving a coach a park and ride bus.
Police were called around 8.40am to the westbound carriageway at Easton where a coach and a park and ride bus had crashed.
One driver suffered a minor injury. Thankfully no passengers were on board either of the vehicles.
The eastbound carriageway has since re-opened but the westbound carriageway remains closed whilst police recover the vehicles.
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Stansted airport in Essex is to be targeted by Ryanair for cancelled flights because it is their busiest hub airport with other alternative flights and destinations.
The company has been heavily criticised for cancelling 50 flights a day across its European network until the end of October.
In a press conference, Ryanair's CEO Michael O'Leary apologised to passengers for the uncertainly caused by the airline.
He said two routes of the 41 operated by the airline through Stansted would be affected in the next six weeks although the company has not yet revealed which they are.
Ryanair said overall the cancellations will affect less than 2% of all customers over the next 6 weeks and the majority of these passengers will be offered alternative flights on the same or next day.
The company says passengers who don't take alternative flights will receive a full refund and compensation.
Mr O'Leary said it expected compensation claims would cost the company nearly £18 million and there would be more than £4 million in lost revenue.