A Hurricane and three Spitfires carry out a flypast to mark the 80thanniversary of the Battle of Britain after a memorial service at WestminsterAbbey. This year’s service, which is the venue’s first since lockdown, sawattendance significantly reduced and social distancing measures in place for79 invited guests. Prime Minister Boris Johnson was among the guests at theservice, as well Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer and Marshal of the Royal AirForce Lord Stirrup, representing the Prince of Wales.
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A Spitfire has taken to the skies bearing a special message thanking the NHSfor its efforts during the coronavirus pandemic. Emblazoned with the wordsTHANK U NHS, the aircraft took off from Cumbernauld Airport in NorthLanarkshire on Thursday morning to fly over hospitals around Scotland.
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A young deer has been rescued by the RSPCA after getting tangled up in the netof a football goal in West Sussex. Animal welfare officer Marie Stevens wascalled to a garden in Nuthurst, Horsham, to help the trapped deer.
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The last surviving example of a Blackburn Beverley transport plane is to go toauction this weekend along with the contents of the former Fort Paull museum.In total, 49 of the aircraft were produced, with the last one beingmanufactured in 1958, and final retirement from RAF service was in 1967.
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Personnel of Rapid Action Force (RAF) conducted flag-march within DJ Halli and KG Halli Police Stations limits in Bengaluru. Section 144 has been imposed in the area until 6 am on August 18. Several accused who have been arrested in connection with Bengaluru violence were taken to DJ Halli Police Station for interrogation. Mob violence in parts of Bengaluru on August 11, claimed at least three lives. The police have arrested over 200 people so far in connection with the violence.
The RAF Red Arrows performed a flypast over Belfast this afternoon to mark the 75th anniversary of VJ Day. The RAF jets were due to fly over all UK capital cities as part of their route, however poor weather conditions meant flypasts over Edinburgh and Cardiff were cancelled. Report by Etemadil. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
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