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Red Arrows miss flypast due to bad weather

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Thousands of people were left disappointed after the Red Arrows could not do the planned Southampton flypast due to poor weather.

They were due to display over Queen Mary 2 as part of her 175th anniversary celebrations.

They managed to take to the air from Bournemouth but sea fog above the Isle of Wight meant they couldn't carry out the flypast as planned.

A spokesman for the Red Arrows said he "could not believe the change in the weather" from yesterday.

He said it was the third display in three weeks they had been forced to cancel and apologised to the large crowds who had gathered to watch the display.

Queen Mary 2 will leave as planned tonight to recreate Cunard's first ever Transatlantic crossing to Canada.

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13-year-old still missing despite friend being found

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Police say they are concerned about the welfare of a 13-year-old boy after his friend, who he went missing with, was found.

Curtis Sheeham, form Horley, West Sussex, was last seen on Monday at 11am at his school in Crawley. He is still missing.

His 12-year-old friend, Guy Lewington, went missing at the same time but has since been found "safe and well".

Curtis is described as white, 5ft and of small build with short ginger hair and blue eyes.

He was last seen wearing a black jumper with grey tracksuit bottoms and black plimsoll style trainers.

If you see Curtis or have any information about his whereabouts please email 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or call 101 quoting serial 557 of 29/06.

Police say scale of Operation Stack 'unprecedented'

Police say they are doing all they can to clear the backlog of freight traffic being held on the M20 due to industrial action in Calais.

Kent Police implemented Phase 4 of Operation Stack which has caused some traffic to overspill into small roads and villages.

Thousands of lorry drivers have parked on the M20 in Kent for a fourth day as the partial closure of the Port of Calais crippled Channel crossings.

Port of Dover officials said they had no idea when the industrial action - the second strike by ferry workers in a week - would end.

Ch Supt Neil Jerome said Kent Police were trying to minimise disruption to residents.

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Man 'brave' to sell extensive Star Wars collection

An anonymous seller in Dorset has spent 15 years collecting Star Wars memorabilia, but now it is being sold at auction.

Dorchester auction house Dukes said it was 'most unusual' for such an extensive collection to go under the hammer.

Auctioneer, Matthew Denney, said the man was very brave to take his collection to the market:

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