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A union has suspended planned strikes over the ongoing row about the all-night Tube in London.
The Rail, Maritime and Transport union suspended planned walkouts on September 8 and 10.
The night Tube was due to start on September 12 but London Underground postponed the launch to try and reach agreement with unions.
The RMT warned that if further talks "prove negative" then further industrial action will be taken.
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Cross-Channel ferry services have been disrupted due to a blockade at the Port of Calais.
Ferry movements at the French port were suspended due to industrial action by former MyFerryLink staff members.
Mayor of Calais Natacha Bouchart said she regretted that the port was being taken "hostage" and travellers are urged to contact their operator before setting off.
A Port of Dover spokesman said: "We will continue to monitor the situation closely in liaison with our ferry partners and the Port of Calais in order to resume normal operations as soon as possible."
Up to 2,000 British holidaymakers and other travellers are thought to be affected.
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The launch of the 24-hour Tube has been postponed.
The service, which has been the cause of strike action by London Underground workers, was due to launch on 12 September but that has now been put on hold.
No new date has been put forward yet.
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Bristaol airport was evacuated for more than six hours overnight after an alert over a suspicious package on an inbound flight.
1/2 We have fully reopened following a security incident overnight.
2/2 Passengers are advised to check in as normal although delays may be experienced throughout the day.
The airport was locked down after the discovery on a Ryanair flight from Alicante in southern Spain, with a dozen flights diverted to other locations.
It has reopened after police gave it the all-clear but delays are expected to affect flights today.
An airport spokeswoman said the package was found during a routine inspection of the plane.
She said: "Passengers were evacuated from the terminal as a precaution and the airport was temporarily closed to air traffic, reopening at approximately 5:45am after police were satisfied that the item did not represent a threat."
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