So the european airlines are demanding the lifting of restrictions,obviously because they are losing so much money. They are claiming that the "science is wrong" and they should be allowed to fly.
Are the government likely to cave in to pressure? would you fly if the airlines said it was safe but the scientists didnt?
Another thing that doesnt impress me-is it really more important for Gordon Brown to be handshaking around the country for votes,instead of showing real leadership and going back to downing street to manage this crisis?
If this ash is so dangerous,and the met office say the cloud will be above britain until thursday at least then how can some airlines be hoping to fly on tuesday? its all a tad confusing methinks