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In addition,the government has cancelled the licences of 2,406 NGOs across the country,which includes entities that run schools and hospitals.
It was supposed to be completed in three years but as per CDA, only 20 per cent of the work is completed and the contract was cancelled.
Wavertree MP Luciana Berger has joined fellow Labour MP Andy Burnham in highlighting the number of times patients have been let down by cancelled operations - sometimes just hours before surgery.
Division Four: Anglesey Aluminium (3) v Tata Steel Maeshafn (3) Abandoned; Castell Alun (3) v Bodedern 2nds (3) Cancelled; Llanrwst 2nds (9) 163-4 v Menai Bridge 3rds (1) 69-7; Tata Steel Shotton (3) v Pwllheli 2nds (3) Cancelled.
The latest NHS figures reveal the number of cancelled operations has risen in the North East since last year, with 208 cancelled over a 10-day period ending on Wednesday, November 13.
Turkish Airlines (THY) cancelled all flights between Turkey and the cities of New York and Washington on Tuesday, which included two ystanbul-New York flights, one New York-ystanbul flight, and a flight from Washington to ystanbul.
Emirates cancelled four flights yesterday between Dubai and London Heathrow, and Etihad Airways and Qatar Airways cancelled two flights each.
The carrier has cancelled 73 domestic and six trans-Tasman flights so far.
But, according to data released by the council, between eight to 10,000 tickets a year are later cancelled.
Status Quo: Guitarist and singer Rick Parfitt was diagnosed with a tumour on his larynx (voice box) and cancelled a Status Quo tour while he had an operation to remove the growth.
Figures obtained by the Conservative Party show 984 operations were cancelled by the Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust.
One patient had their operation cancelled 21 times and around a third (34 per cent) of trusts cancelled an operation for the same patient three times or more.