Train travellers can expect disruption as engineering work closes some of the busiest lines and stations
Rail fares rising by 2.2%, despite some tickets already costing the price of a family holiday
The legal limit for drink-driving has been cut in Scotland, bringing it into line with other EU countries
Investment in Stonehenge tunnel and M25 among plans to improve network – but will they go ahead?
Consortium promises new trains and faster journeys, but unions are furious that the line will be re-privatised
Inventors say the bus powered by human waste will improve air quality and prove the value of poo
New visualisation shows the 6,000 flights that pass through British airspace on an average day
Amateur footage appears to capture locals running to douse burning wreckage of MH17 with buckets of water
48-year-old Flybe pilot breathalysed and then arrested after colleague voiced concerns
'If you do not respond immediately to my orders you will be shot down', an RAF pilot said
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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