Pictured: British airline stewardess who plunged to her death from Dubai skyscraperEvelyn Clarke, 30, is believed to have fallen from the block after a night outShe died as a result of multiple injuries after falling late on Sunday Police are interviewing the last people to see her alive She is not thought to have had any personal problems Within hours of news reaching home, Facebook memorial page was set up By Francesca Infante PUBLISHED: 08:20 GMT, 9 April 2013 | UPDATED: 00:55 GMT, 10 April 2013 Evelyn Clarke is believed to have fallen from a high rising building in Dubai on Sunday A British air stewardess plunged to her death from a high-rise building in Dubai. Evelyn Clarke, 28, died from multiple injuries after she fell from a tower block window late on Sunday
Maggie's war with treacherous Mitterrand over Exocet missile: Archive files reveal 'James Bond' plot to hijack aircraft carrying French-made weapons Leaders clashed over sale of French Exocet missiles in 1982Strain revealed in files released under 30-year rule by National ArchivesMI6 plan 'appropriate to a James Bond movie' was proposed to steal missiles | UPDATED: 11:43 GMT, 28 December 2012 In his memoirs, former Defence Secretary Sir John Nott describes France as Britain's 'greatest ally' during the Falklands War. But behind the scenes, the relationship between the two countries was strained almost to breaking point over the sale of French Exocet missiles in 1982, newly released documents reveal.
Ryanair voted least popular short-haul airline: Passengers complain about extra charges on company's flights Irish carrier scores just 34 per cent in table compiled by WhichBest rated was Swiss with 82 per cent and several five-star ratings By Ray Massey PUBLISHED: 02:48 GMT, 20 December 2012 | UPDATED: 08:05 GMT, 20 December 2012 Ryanair is the least popular short-haul airline, finishing bottom of a new league-table – thanks mainly to its many add-on charges, a new survey by consumer magazine Which reveals today. The Irish low-fare carrier had an overall satisfaction score of just 34 per cent in a table compiled from Which members' votes.
Sir Richard Branson offers BA boss a 1m bet over Virgin Atlantic deal – but gets a 'knee in the groin' instead Billionaire Sir Richard Branson sells 49 per cent stake in airline to DeltaAmerica’s largest carrier will help keep Virgin Atlantic alive and take on BA Branson tries to bet BA boss Willie Walsh 1m that airline will flourishBut Walsh says he hasn't got 1m and offers him 'knee in the groin' instead | UPDATED: 20:50 GMT, 11 December 2012 See Sir Richard's Announcement Below: The boss of British Airways’ parent company Willie Walsh has bet Sir Richard Branson ‘a knee in the groin’ that Virgin Atlantic will not survive five years. And Sir Richard has accepted the remarkable challenge – saying the painful debt will be paid out to the loser at the winner’s headquarters. The unusual ‘below the belt’ wager came after America's largest airline, Delta, took a 49 per cent stake in Virgin Atlantic under a major deal announced today.