Mail Online NHS and BA computer meltdowns are a taste of worse to come 2017-05-30T02:18:01.000000000+01:00 EDWARD LUCAS: The £150m bill faced by BA for letting down tens of thousands of passengers over the weekend is a reminder of what happens when we put too much faith in technology. Theresa May vows she WILL protect pensioners despite 2017-05-30T02:16:22.000000000+01:00 The rough ride as Mrs May faced the audience in a TV election special, with just over a week to go until the nation goes to the polls. Jeremy Corbyn was pummelled by voters over his support for the IRA. Thousands of Beko tumble dryers linked to blazes recalled 2017-05-30T02:01:38.000000000+01:00 Turkish manufacturer Beko last night said it would be recalling five models, including the DCS85W – responsible for at least 20 blazes and the death of housewife Mishell Moloney. Thousands missing luggage after computer meltdown at BA 2017-05-30T02:00:27.000000000+01:00 The IT meltdown that grounded hundreds of British Airways flights has become a lost luggage crisis. as thousands who checked in bags before flights were cancelled are still trying to find them. Tomasz Schafernaker voted Britain's favourite forecaster 2017-05-30T01:58:53.000000000+01:00 Tomasz Schafernaker, 38, has just been voted the nation’s favourite weather forecaster – beating off competition from BBC Breakfast’s Carol Kirkwood. ISIS car bomb an ICE CREAM parlour in Baghdad 2017-05-30T01:58:23.000000000+01:00 Horrifying footage showed the explosion tearing through the packed district in the Iraqi capital just after midnight as families sat at restaurants and cafes to break their fasts in Ramadan. Asda move to axe loose fruit and veg met with fury 2017-05-30T01:57:26.000000000+01:00 Consumers reported that local stores were no longer stocking loose potatoes, courgettes or apples, and others said carrots and mushrooms were unavailable to buy online as well. ROBERT HARDMAN: Pretend to be French to get your bag back 2017-05-30T01:56:01.000000000+01:00 For the thousands of marooned British travellers going mad as they endure day after day of that British Airways theme tune on a loop, I have a piece of advice: pretend not to be British. Roman bathhouse discovered at Cumbria cricket site 2017-05-30T01:55:15.000000000+01:00 Now, around 1,600 years later, this relic of a bygone era has been unearthed by work to build a new pavilion for Carlisle Cricket Club and has been hailed of 'national significance'. Putin DENIES meddling in the French election 2017-05-30T01:49:29.000000000+01:00 Putin's denial comes after President Macron's attack on two Russian media outlets, Russia Today and Sputnik, which he claims acted as 'propaganda' organs during his election campaign.