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Severe Weather Warning - Strong Winds

Tue, 07 May 2013 11:29AM A severe weather warning has been issued for very strong winds across much of southern England, including the Isle of Wight, for Thursday. The Met Office has issued the yellow warning, saying that very strong south westerly winds for the time of year could see gusts of 50 ... Read more

Major travel disruptions on Eurostar

Due to a faulty overhead power cable in France, thousands of passengers are facing major travel disruptions. Some travellers faced delays of up to nine hours yesterday as Eurostar cancelled 4 of its services. Passengers will endure further misery today as another four trains are not expected to run.... Read more

Immigration Staff Announces Strike

In a row over pensions, Immigration Services Union has announced a one-day strike on May 10. Hundreds of thousands of passengers face fresh disruption at airports and ports as up to 4,600 immigration officials are expected to walk out on Thursday. All this comes at a time when the Government is alr... Read more

Flooding in the Indian states of Assam and Sikkim

Heavy rains in North East India have wreaked havoc in the states of Assam and Sikkim.  At least 21 people have been killed by the landslides and flooding caused by the torrential downpour. Five people are reported to have lost their lives in Assam where as thousands are thought to be stranded. 16 ... Read more

Travel warning: Strikes in Germany, India and Spain

People travelling to Germany, India and Spain are strongly recommended to check with the Foreign & Commonwealth Office before setting off on their journey. Germany Strike action at Frankfurt Airport is expected to cause severe delays and cancellations until Thursday, 1st March, as up to quarte... Read more

Coaches Sent To Madrid

The UK Government has today announced that it will be sending 100 coaches to Madrid, to pick up Britons stranded there and to transfer them to Spanish ferry ports such as Santander.  Madrid has become a meeting point for British tourists from beyond Europe, as there are flights from beyond Europe to... Read more

David Miliband advises Calais route

UK Foreign Secretary David Miliband has advised Britons stranded in Europe to head to Calais to catch a ferry back to England: Mr Miliband told GMTV: "This is an unprecedented situation, it is affecting the whole of northern Europe, so our priority is first, to make the most of the hole in the cl... Read more

Up Coming Music Festivals on the Alps

As Easter break draws closer, travel savvy skiers/snowboarders are looking for more than just powdery white slopes when deciding on their final ski trip of the season. And in an effort to tempt visitors, ski areas around Europe are organizing an array of endless body rocking festivities to mark the ... Read more

Misery As Fog Descends On Airports

Thousands of airline passengers have had their flights cancelled as dense fog caused disruption at airports in the south east of England. A total of 21 flights had been cancelled at Heathrow by 6.30am, with 10 departures called off at London City Airport. Forecasters have warned that the weather c... Read more

US north-east braces for historic snowstorm

8 February 2013 Last updated at 03:15 GMT The north-east US coast is braced for a big snowstorm that has already caused hundreds of flight cancellations. The storm is set to cause power cuts and transport chaos as it arrives from the Great Lakes and brings blizzards to parts of New England on Frid... Read more

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