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25-08-2002
Law won't let me make BA pay for wife's flight death
A grieving widower's legal quest to find out why his wife died from so-called ?economy class syndrome? has collapsed because of outdated airline laws. Alistair Henderson, 48, fought for more than a year to hold someone responsible for the death of hi?
24-08-2002
Insurance battle that can only end in tears
For many firms, soaring premiums are presenting them with a stark choice ? to fire staff or close, says Yvette Essen. About two years ago, the world discovered deep-vein thrombosis. Millions of people who had been happily flying about on aircrafts le?
20-08-2002
Alice Stewart fought to convince establishment that low levels of radiation were
Alice Stewart, the epidemiologist who has died aged 95, fought a long and often lonely battle against official obstruction and hostility to bring to light the dangers to human health of exposure to low-level radiation.

In 1990 the New York Times ?
05-08-2002
How one in five people catch a cold from their holiday flight
Holidaymakers are seven times more likely to catch a cold if they travel by air, according to scientists. As many as one in five passengers develops a cold within a week of flying because of bacteria circulating inside the cabin. The findings suggest?
28-07-2002
In-flight bodies 'put in toilets'
AIRLINES which fail to treat the bodies of passengers who die on board 'with respect' will be forced to adopt a new code of practice which protects the dignity of the dead.

Up to 1,000 people a year die on commercial flights, mainly from heart att?
26-07-2002
Clip wings of guzzling airlines
Air transport receives a near ?7 billion subsidy from the taxpayer in this country.
The industry is well represented in Parliament with various airlines and aircraft interests paying retainers to MPs to raise their concerns. If only our domestic tou?


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