BA said the strikes will impact "only 1 per cent of our total scheduled flights across the three days."Read the full story ›
During a five-day period last week, two police forces stopped 151 motorists for various offences on the M3, M4, M40, M27 and A34.Read the full story ›
Drivers' union ASLEF suspended industrial action scheduled for next week but the RMT Conductors' union strike remains in place.Read the full story ›
The case was triggered by wheelchair user Doug Paulley who boarded a bus but could not get on because a pram was in the wheelchair space.Read the full story ›
The Supreme Court is set to decide on whether disabled travellers are legally entitled to have priority use of wheelchair spaces on buses.Read the full story ›
Officials from the train drivers' union Aslef will meet managers from Southern Railway, whilst the RMT will meet separately with Acas.Read the full story ›
The Foreign Office have changed their advice for UK travellers following political unrest in the west African country.Read the full story ›
An easyJet plane had to be diverted to an airport 125 miles away from its destination over fears that it was damaged by turbulence.Read the full story ›
Southern Railway will be at a standstill again on Friday because of another strike by drivers in the long-running dispute over driver-only trains.
Members of Aslef will strike for the third time this week, bringing fresh misery to the company's 300,000 passengers.
Southern is again laying on 200 buses and coaches to take passengers to railway stations served by other operators, but advised people not to travel unless it was absolutely necessary.
Train drivers walked out on Tuesday and Wednesday, and will strike again on 24, 25 and 27 January.
British Airways cabin crew are to stage a fresh strike in a dispute over "poverty pay".Read the full story ›