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Topic - British Airways
British Airways plc (BA) is the flag carrier airline of the United Kingdom. BA has its headquarters in Waterside near its main hub at London Heathrow Airport and based on fleet size, international flights and international destinations is the largest airline in the UK. Its second hub is London Gatwick Airport. British Airways has discontinued all direct overseas flights from UK airports other than Heathrow, Gatwick and London City Airport. BA's UK passengers originating at non-London airports must now connect via London or use other airlines with direct services. - Source: Wikipedia
Rejecting part of history is rejecting all of it
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A French appeals court on Thursday overturned a manslaughter conviction against Continental Airlines for the July 2000 crash of an Air France Concorde that killed 113 people, ruling that mistakes by the company's mechanics were not enough to make it legally responsible for the deaths.
Medical research in the U.K. is being jeopardized by activists who have convinced transport companies to stop importing animals for scientific experiments, a former British science minister says.
Medical research in the U.K. is being jeopardized by activists who have persuaded transport companies to stop importing animals for scientific experiments, a former British science minister says.
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