Rolls Royce has won a £6.1 billion order from airline Emirates for Trent engines to power 50 Airbus A380 super-jumbos, the two companies have announced.
A memorial service is to be held in Germany for the victims of a plane crash which killed a man from Wolverhampton.
Martyn Matthews was among 150 people who were killed when the Germanwings plane came down in the French Alps last month.
Co-pilot Andreas Lubitz is accused of deliberately causing the crash.
The memorial service for the victims of 4U9525 will be held at Cologne Cathedral tomorrow at 12:00 CET. A live broadcast will be provided.
Police have been granted more time to continue questioning three men arrested in Dover last Friday on suspicion of Syria-related terrorism offences.
Officers now have until next Friday to charge or release the suspects, who are all in their 20s and from Birmingham.
The men were part of a group of six ? five men and one woman ? detained at the port.
Two of the men are longer suspected of terrorism offences have been handed over to immigration authorities for further investigation. The woman was released without charge.
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Police have been given more time to question six people who were arrested on suspicion of Syria-related terrorism offences.
The five men and one woman, who are all in their 20s, were detained in the departure zone of the port of Dover on Friday morning.
Four of the men are from Birmingham while the others have no fixed address. They are currently being held in a police station in the West Midlands.
Officers now have until next Friday, 10 April, to charge, release or apply for another warrant of further detention.
Police said the investigation was ongoing and that the suspects, who are not a family group and were not accompanied by children, did not pose an immediate risk to public safety.
Six people have been arrested in Dover on suspicion of Syria-related terrorism offences, West Midlands Police said.
Five men aged in their 20's, and a 23-year-old woman, who are not a family group and not accompanied by children, were detained around 8am in the departure zone of of the port.
Four of the men are from Birmingham while the woman is of no fixed abode.
They are currently being questioned at a police station in the West Midlands area while searches at a number of addresses in Birmingham are ongoing.
It added that the arrests are part of an ongoing investigation. See their latest tweets on the investigation below.
Five men and one woman were detained at approximately 8am this morning in the departure zone of the south coast port.
Searches are taking place at a number of addresses in Birmingham. The arrests are part of an on-going investigation.
The suspects, who are not a family group and were not accompanied by children, did not pose any immediate risk to public safety.
The men arrested are four men from Birmingham in their 20s and a man aged 26 and a 23-year-old woman of no fixed abode.
A British tourist killed in a terror attack in Tunisia died of gunshot wounds to her abdomen and pelvis, a coroner has heard at the opening of the inquest into her death.
Mother-of-two Sally Adey, from Shropshire, died in the shooting at the Bardo National Museum in Tunis on March 18th.
She had been on a Mediterranean cruise with her 52-year-old husband Robert, who survived the attack.
Ms Hartridge said a post-mortem examination carried out in the UK by a Home Office pathologist on March 25th had established provisional cause of death as "consistent with gunshot wounds to the abdomen and pelvis".
More than 20 people were killed in the attack, including 17 cruise ship tourists and two gunmen.
Pakistani Christian families from across the UK have come together in Nottingham to protest against the attacks in Lahore, earlier this month.
A vigil will be held in memory of the 17 people who died in the suicide bomb attacks which the Taliban have claimed responsibility for.
The Muslim community in the UK have strongly condemned the bombings.
An air crash investigator from Britain is being sent to France to work on the Germanwings recovery operation.
A Number 10 spokeswoman said:"The AAIB are sending someone to join the French-led investigation, given that there are victims from the UK in the crash."