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Ash 'moving towards Scotland and England'

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All flights into and out of the Irish Republic and Northern Ireland have been suspended due to fresh risks from volcanic ash.

Donie Mooney director of operations at the Irish Aviation Authority outlines the flight ban, and Haraldur Olafsson professor of atmospheric sciences at the University of Iceland and adviser to the Icelandic Met office, explains the new risk.


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