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Flybmi operated routes to 25 European cities
 

Flybmi collapse fuelled by 'Brexit challenges'

19 February 2019 08:22

Hundreds of passengers have had their travel plans cancelled following the collapse of airline flybmi.

A no-deal Brexit could have serious implications for the aviation industry

Flights cancelled amid Brexit uncertainty

Holidaymakers were left fuming after a "lack of clarity" over Brexit led a Romanian airline to cancel flights from Liverpool's John Lennon Airport.

 
The couples enjoyed several days off in Buenos Aires

BA marks Valentine Day with loved-up long haul flight

British Airways celebrated Valentine's Day with a special flight where all members of the cabin crew were couples who work for the airline.

 
HPV will affect 8 in 10 women during their lifetime

'Stigmas' slowing HPV progress

The "concerning" level of stigma surrounding the human papilloma virus (HPV) could be putting some women off going for vital check-ups, campaigners are warning.

Depression is a growing issue among the older population

Social interaction 'can combat seniors' depression'

Older people living with depression should be given better access to community activities and therapy instead of being prescribed antidepressants, researchers have urged.

WHO says processed meats are linked to cancer

WHO calls out 'unsatisfactory' response to processed meats cancer link

The Government has been criticised for failing to act on warnings about the link between processed meats and cancer, by the scientist who co-authored the original advice.

Japan will play host to the 2019 Rugby World Cup

Cancer-beating granddad cycling from Twickenham to Tokyo

A grandfather who has battled three types of cancer is cycling from Twickenham to Tokyo in time for the Rugby World Cup - all in aid of charity.

Delicious fish and Chips take away meal enjoyed on the beach

Could chip shop changes help tackle obesity?

Lovers of traditional fish and chips are embracing a more health-conscious version of their favourite food, a new study suggests.

Alzheimer's disease causes two-thirds of all dementia cases

Lack of knowledge 'increasing dementia risk'

Two thirds of UK adults don't know they're able to lower their risk of developing dementia, new research has shown.

Cancer patient with carer

Record numbers giving up work to care for relatives

More than 600 people a day are quitting their jobs to care for relatives, a charity has warned.

Obesity-related cancers are a worry for the future

Obesity sees cancer rates soar in millennials

Millennials in the US face an increasing risk of developing an obesity-related cancer, a new study has revealed.

Cars stuck in the heavy snow

Stranded: Over 100 seek refuge at Bodmin pub

More than 100 people sought refuge at a pub high on Bodmin Moor overnight after heavy snowfall hit the A30, leading many stranded motorists to abandon their cars.

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