Flamboyant US property tycoon Donald Trump was last night given the go ahead for a controversial £1 billion golf resort in Scotland.
Airlines accused the Civil Aviation Authority of rewarding failure yesterday after it said that Heathrow and Gatwick could be allowed big increases in the prices they charge.
The US property tycoon Donald Trump was yesterday given the go-ahead to develop a controversial £1bn golf resort in Scotland.
The £5.7bn Channel tunnel rail link will be sold in 2009 under government plans to split the company behind one of Britain’s greatest engineering achievements of recent times into three.
Thomas Cook on Wednesday said it planned to double operating profit to €620m (£445m) in the next three years as the travel group beefs up its independent travel arm and reduces its reliance on tour operations.
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