The last airworthy Vulcan bomber has finally taken off from it's base at Doncaster's Robin Hood airport to mark 30 years since the iconic aircraft was used to vital effect in the Falklands War. Poor weather conditions meant a delay of more than four hours.
It's also 60 years since the Vulcan's first ever flight - and the charity which runs the aircraft, says it hopes it will be used as part of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebrations
More top news
More asbestos has been discovered in a disused tip uncovered when the Boxing Day floods caused a landslip.
Force seeks extension of time limit to investigate claims over Conservatives' battle bus campaign
They are responsible for a budget of £8m and the police service within your area, but what is a Police and Crime Commissioner?