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Boeing: Airlines ground 737 Max 8 jets after latest crash

Boeing: Airlines ground 737 Max 8 jets after latest crash

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Several airlines have grounded Boeing 737 Max 8 jets following a deadly Ethiopian Airlines crash.The flight crashed minutes after takeoff on Sunday, killing all 157 people on board.It was the second disaster in five months involving a Boeing 737 Max 8. China's aviation regulator has ordered domestic airlines to suspend flights using that model. Ethiopian Airlines and Cayman Airways, have also grounded their 737 Max 8 aircraft.While experts warn it is too early to say what caused the Ethiopian Airlines disaster, it comes after the same model crashed in a flight operated by Lion Air in October.The plane lost altitude soon after takeoff, killing 189 people on board. "Given that two accidents both involved newly delivered Boeing 737 Max 8 planes and happened ...
Tottenham new stadium latest: £1billion arena ‘faces delay’ as there is ‘no space for corners’

Tottenham new stadium latest: £1billion arena ‘faces delay’ as there is ‘no space for corners’

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latest blow According to The Sun, there is just a foot of turf in each corner of the pitch for players to take corner kicks Tottenham have been dealt another blow as they attempt to open their new stadium before the end of the season. Spurs hope to play their final five Premier League home matches at the £1billion arena this term, which means they will move in to the ground next month. @Lilywhite_Rose Tottenham hope to move into their new stadium before the end of the season However, the latest setback could mean another delay for the north London club. According to The Sun, Tottenham have become aware of a lack of turf around the pitch to allow players to take corner kicks, with just a foot of turf at each corner. Other Premi...
Atlanta Falcons lament penalties in latest loss

Atlanta Falcons lament penalties in latest loss

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After another disappointing showing pushed their losing streak to five games, Atlanta Falcons coach Dan Quinn didn't quibble about the team's grit and toughness. It was silly mistakes that drew most of his attention. "I told the team earlier I thought our toughness was right, but our focus is not," Quinn said. "The self-inflicted wounds, the penalties, the turnovers." Atlanta (4-9) committed two turnovers in Sunday's 34-20 loss to Green Bay -- one fumble and one interception. Equally disturbing was the 13 penalties that added up to 101 yards. "The heart and hustle is there, but the self-inflicted wounds, too many, too often for us to play like we're capable of playing," Quinn said. "And that's not where we've been, but it is where we currently are due to these mistakes, and they have t...
Deliveroo wins latest court battle over rider rights

Deliveroo wins latest court battle over rider rights

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Riders hired by food courier Deliveroo are not entitled to collective bargaining, the High Court has ruled.The ruling confirmed a previous judgement by labour law body the Central Arbitration Committee (CAC).The Independent Workers Union of Great Britain was attempting to overturn the verdict, reached in November last year, that the riders are self-employed, However, the court rejected claims that this categorisation breached their human rights.Decisions by the CAC can be challenged in the High Court on a point of law, but the application for a judicial review was rejected.Mr Justice Supperstone said Deliveroo riders were not "in an employment relationship" with the firm, so the right to collective bargaining did not apply. M...