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Carlos Ghosn escape: Special forces veteran and son admit role in Japan flight
A US special forces veteran and his son have admitted illegally helping ex-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn flee Japan ahead of his trial on financial misconduct charges, according to a Tokyo-based news agency.
COVID-19: PM to plead for 'one last heave' to freedom as he is set to delay lockdown easing by four weeks
Boris Johnson will plead with the nation to make "one last heave" to freedom as he announces a delay of four weeks in lifting lockdown restrictions in England.
Branson plots $3bn SPAC merger to launch Virgin Orbit on to stock market
Sir Richard Branson is in advanced talks about a multibillion dollar merger to take Virgin Orbit, his satellite launch company, on to the US public markets.
COVID-19: Air passenger numbers collapse - but which airports saw the biggest decline?
Passenger numbers plummeted by 223 million last year, as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, new figures show.
Aer Lingus cancels regional flights as Stobart Air ends its contract with the Irish airline
Aer Lingus has announced a number of regional flights have been cancelled after one of its operators ceased trading.
G7 summit: Boris Johnson urges G7 not to 'repeat the mistake' of 2008 financial crash during COVID recovery
Boris Johnson has urged world leaders not to "repeat the mistake" of the 2008 financial crisis as they met for talks on how to recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
COVID-19: Sunak hails 'promising sign' as April reopening sees fastest GDP growth since last summer
Britain's economy grew by 2.3% in April as the high street and hospitality sector reopened, official figures show.
'Hammer blow' as government advised to drop steel quotas
The government should revoke a series of steel quotas on cheap imports despite warnings it will damage domestic producers, trade advisers have recommended.
Brexit: Raab says 'ball is very much in the EU's court' after Macron raises heat in Northern Ireland protocol row
Dominic Raab has said "the ball is very much in the EU's court" with regards to the implementation of the Northern Ireland Protocol , as French president Emmanuel Macron has warned Britain that the Brexit deal is not renegotiable.