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(From Irish Independent)
RYANAIR has urged the British government to draft in police and army reservists to speed up searches at airport security checkpoints.
Chief executive Michael O'Leary also wants the requirement to search all passengers to be eased. The airline was forced to cancel three Irish flights from Stansted yesterday - one each to Dublin, Shannon and Cork - because of the stringent security measures.
"We don't need to be body-searching young children travelling with their parents on holiday to Spain," he said yesterday.
"The goal of these terrorists and extremists is not just to kill but also to disrupt the economic life of …