The now-married couple met on September 11, 2001, after their flight was redirected following the attack on New York.
Felicity Warburton from Worcester was stunned when hundreds of bikers showed up to support her on her big day.
888 said the deal will create a combined group with more than 12,000 employees and annual revenues of £1.8bn.
Takeover target Morrisons is at the centre of a bidding battle between two US firms.
Janice Brooks had been in New York for just under three weeks when she was caught up in the chaos that unfolded 20 years ago.
Owner Helen Macdonald calls on environment secretary George Eustice to resign after obtaining copy of preliminary findings.
Twitter said the option is being explored as a possible way to make it 'easier to be the curator of your own followers list'.
It comes as a French politician said 'nothing' can stop the crossings from France to Britain.
The match in Sao Paolo was suspended after officials came on to the pitch.
The BMJ said it is the first time so many journals have come together to make the same statement.
There is currently no statutory entitlement to paid leave for people who lose a baby before 24 weeks of pregnancy.
Chief executive Thomas Heier said he was struggling to fill chef vacancies in around 30 sites.
The former prime minister said there is a new 'arms' race to get vaccines into people as 'quickly as possible'.
The shortages are causing disruption to firms as they battle to recover from the impact of the pandemic.
The Met Office said some areas will see sweltering heat and sunshine from Monday to Wednesday.
Figures collected by the Local Data Company showed 8739 shops shut across Britain in the first half of the year.
It comes ahead of the Government's furlough scheme being ended.
Nearly 2000 officers have been involved in policing the activists every day.
Arrivals at Heathrow have complained about the length of queues at the border.
Gerry McGurk said some people were still coming forward to ask for help in leaving the country.