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The shock decision by the British energy major will cut Australia's remaining refinery fleet to three, with others still at risk of closure.

Thousands gathered in Sydney on Australia Day – the country's national day and anniversary of the arrival of the British First Fleet in 1788 – to protest against the mistreatment of indigenous peoples. For many Indigenous Australians, the holiday is known as "Invasion Day."

The January 26 public holiday marks the date the British fleet sailed into Sydney Harbour in 1788 to start a penal colony, viewing the land as unoccupied despite encountering settlements. But for many Indigenous Australians, it is "Invasion Day".

3/ UK sources have also rejected suggestions that London was planning to re-nationalise the UK fleet by placing conditions on foreign ownership of British vessels. That issue was mentioned by @MichelBarnier  during this morning's briefing of EU ambassadors

George Eustice announces the capacity of the Royal Navy fisheries protection fleet has been increased to police British waters if an agreement isn't reached with the EU. @TomSwarbrick1  | #SwarbrickOnSunday 

Emmanuel Macron wants to preserve a chunk of existing fishing rights for the French fleet in British waters after Brexit and is insisting on a strict UK state-aid regime to avoid what Paris sees as unfair competition

The shock decision by the British energy major will cut Australia's remaining refinery fleet to three, with others still at risk of closure.

The last of British Airways' 747 fleet have made their final flights

British fleet company invests $46 million, brings 240 jobs to York County

British Airways’ last two Boeing 747 planes at the airline’s historic base of London’s Heathrow Airport made their final flight Thursday, the fleet’s retirement having been brought forward by the coronavirus pandemic.

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With the retirement of British Airways’ 747s, the global passenger fleet dropped below 100 last week. Here's where you can find the remaining passenger 747s—for the moment.

British Airways now intends to retire its entire 747 fleet immediately. Where the fleet is currently stored and how to track the last flights into final storage:

BREAKING: British Airways is retiring its Boeing 747-400 fleet with immediate effect, ending a half century of flying the jumbo jetliner, according to two sources familiar with the decision.

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For nearly 50 years the 747 carried passengers for British Airways and its predecessor airline BOAC. Today, British Airways announced it is retiring its 747s. Many of them will fly at least once more. Here's where the fleet is stored and how to track them.

British Airways, the world’s largest operator of Boeing 747, retires entire fleet of jumbo jets with immediate effect due to the downturn in travel industry caused by the coronavirus pandemic $BA

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British Airways, the world’s largest operator of Boeing 747, retires entire fleet of jumbo jets with immediate effect

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Ever since the British government imposed strict social distancing, a fleet of robots on wheels have been busy in the town of Milton Keynes, delivering for free to NHS staff and facing increased demand from the general public

This is surely a diary paragraph rather than a front page splash? If this is the British press’s best response to climate emergency then Fleet Street is doomed to extinction (hopefully not taking the rest of us with them)

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JUST IN: British shipping company P&O is re-flagging its entire UK-registered fleet to Cyprus ahead of #Brexit 

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